#26 7-12-2017 2:59 AM

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Re: Foreign Movies

zschachwitz wrote:

I agree about Goodbye Lenin.   Some while ago I also saw Go Trabi Go, about a family from Bitterfeld who drove their tried and trusted Trabi to Rome, (I think).   I went through Bitterfeld a month ago, but by train rather than by car, and it looks a cleaner brighter place than it would have been 30 years ago

There's just something about Trabis, isn't there?  Although I think that they're surrounded by a great deal of Ostalgie, and I suspect that venturing out on a sleety February morning in a Trabi might not have been much fun ... smile

 

#27 8-8-2017 2:16 AM

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Re: Foreign Movies

I can recommend a movie Manila (about life of a usual family in Manila city). Quite hard drama, but very touching.

 

#28 8-10-2017 11:46 AM

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Re: Foreign Movies

MarionPQ wrote:

I can recommend a movie Manila (about life of a usual family in Manila city). Quite hard drama, but very touching.

Thanks, I will check it out.

 

#29 8-10-2017 2:53 PM

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Maybe it's very rough and a little bit vulgar at some moments. This is my favourite Dutch movie about 5 guys coming from a small village (about 5km from where I live).
I searched for the trailer with English subtitles.
The movie is called New Kids Turbo.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwx9aXK74CU

It was made after they did many short sketches before.

 

#30 8-11-2017 12:24 AM

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Promoting New Kids, brilliant Paul! But seriously: it's funny with a high ammount of whats called in Dutch: onderbroekenlol (really don't know how to translate that)

I watched 'the invisible guest' (Contratiempo) yesterday, it's a really nice Spanish Crime Thriller.
Keeps you guessing what really happened till right at the end ..

 

#31 8-13-2017 5:17 AM

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Re: Foreign Movies

stefmuts wrote:

Promoting New Kids, brilliant Paul! But seriously: it's funny with a high ammount of whats called in Dutch: onderbroekenlol (really don't know how to translate that)

Extra nice that it's it accent we talk at home as well. A bit exaggerated of course.

 

#32 8-24-2017 7:58 PM

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Re: Foreign Movies

Mr. Vampire (1985) (Hong Kong)
I like English sub original dialog the best.

Mr. Vampire is 1 part Cantonese version of Vampire, 1 part comedy slapstick and 1 part Kung Fu movie.
fwrj5Bk62Q4

 

#33 11-2-2017 2:59 PM

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I love Spanish movies. For example, The skin I live in...

 

#34 11-28-2017 12:26 PM

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ilikeitlikethat wrote:

Mr. Vampire (1985) (Hong Kong)
I like English sub original dialog the best.

Mr. Vampire is 1 part Cantonese version of Vampire, 1 part comedy slapstick and 1 part Kung Fu movie.
fwrj5Bk62Q4

I own that along with two of the sequels, a fun set of movies.

 

#35 12-5-2017 12:38 AM

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Re: Foreign Movies

La Vita E Bella that breaks my heart when watching it
Shiaolin 2011 Great director. Even the walk-ons give me inspirations smile

 

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