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    incogneato #14106 04/18/08 11:15 AM
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    Are you all familiar with Babette's Feast? Movie, althought the short story is great too (by the same woman that wrote Out of Africa I believe)

    Not so long ago I used to love movies with Juliette Binoche...

    Ania #14109 04/18/08 12:06 PM
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    Originally Posted by Ania
    When I was a young girl growing up in Europe, I used to love
    the animated series Il etait une fois L'homme, on TV
    Recently, I was able to enjoy it with my kids - and again fell in love with it.


    I do not know if it is possible to purchase it in the states, my copies came from Europe, where you can purchase a lot of old (and not only old) good movies as a promo with your daily paper or weekly magazine. I think Isa will know what I am talking about :-)

    Oh yesssss, I do know what you are talking about. I am actually surprised that you do not get cheap DVDs with the newspapers in the US !

    And about the series, I loved it! I think I should try to get the one about the human body for DD. Thanks for reminding me smile


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    Ania #14110 04/18/08 12:10 PM
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    Originally Posted by Ania
    Are you all familiar with Babette's Feast? Movie, althought the short story is great too (by the same woman that wrote Out of Africa I believe)

    Not so long ago I used to love movies with Juliette Binoche...

    I saw it a loooooong time ago and I liked very much.

    Have you seen Chocolate?
    With Juliette Binoche and Johny Deep, mmmmm.... laugh


    Isa #14113 04/18/08 01:08 PM
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    Saw both of those movies, but it seems like a very long time ago.

    What about All the Mornings of the World?

    And this isn't a foreign film, but I loved that movie about the DuPre sisters growing up. I can't remember the name, but it was a beautiful and sad movie.

    incogneato #14116 04/18/08 03:17 PM
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    All the Mornings of the World - is it about taxi rides?
    I have to google it.

    Ania #14117 04/18/08 03:20 PM
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    ^^nope, that is not the one I thought .
    Actually, I don't think I ever saw this one. There it goes on my list.

    How about Red Violin?
    And what was the title of that french movie about food and Versaille? A funny title - I think it was a name?

    Ania #14118 04/18/08 03:22 PM
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    ^^ got it, it was Vadel !

    incogneato #14140 04/19/08 03:10 AM
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    Originally Posted by incogneato
    What about All the Mornings of the World?

    And this isn't a foreign film, but I loved that movie about the DuPre sisters growing up. I can't remember the name, but it was a beautiful and sad movie.

    ehem.... this is a French movie 'Tous les matins du monde' http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103110/

    I have not watched but I have the music and I love it. Interpreted by Jordi Savall http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0767426/


    Ania #14141 04/19/08 03:11 AM
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    Originally Posted by Ania
    All the Mornings of the World - is it about taxi rides?
    I have to google it.

    Could be "Night on earth" ?
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102536/

    Isa #14143 04/19/08 04:59 AM
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    I love movies, too, but I'm terribly "behind" (in terms of not having seen the new releases, academy award winners, etc.) We watched American Gangster last night, and I thought it was excellent.

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