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  1. Peroxide Pixie
    07-01-2009 08:10 AM
    Peroxide Pixie
    I was recently dealing with a case to do with a conversation group who are trying to breed and release snow leopards, it's a really sad situation for them as the Chinese normally use tigers for Chinese medicine but as they are running out of tigers they are using snow leopards instead
  2. Cherry Cola
    07-01-2009 08:03 AM
    Cherry Cola
    Love your thread ideas, keep 'em coming
  3. pubicmage
    28-12-2008 07:08 PM
    I'm only familiar with Godard at the moment, mainly because it is so difficult to find many foreign films in this godawful city. I've also seen Bande à part and Le petit soldat, and I'm forever looking for more. The only non-English films that ever seem to be for sale at reasonable prices are Amélie, The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Metropolis and Downfall. I love them all, but some variety would be nice! Perhaps I'm a bit dim for not using the internet to buy more...haha. It's probably a good idea to torrent some until I can get them on DVD, but I hate having to watch films in low quality.
  4. pubicmage
    28-12-2008 06:52 PM
    I haven't seen too many of his films yet, so I cannot really comment on his recent works (everything I have seen is supeb, however). The DVD shops that are going down right now should be selling them dirt cheap, though, so I'll be picking up as many as I can over the next week. I've heard good things about Match Point, but his recent films really do seem to split the fandom.

    OH, and that picture from À bout de souffle on your profile is great! I love that film. Jean-Paul Belmondo is such a great actor. I need to see him in more roles.
  5. pubicmage
    28-12-2008 06:41 PM
    Love and Death, probably. I love the Dostoevsky, Bergman and Tolstoy parodies, but I might be biased towards the film because it was the first of his that I saw.

    In terms of screenwriting and direction (which are better indicators of his abilities, I tihnk), Annie Hall is my favourite. The script is so naturalistic and really captures most of the subtleties of real-life dialogue. And I love Diane Keaton's outfits. She's so quirky.
  6. seregon
    25-12-2008 01:04 AM
    Ha yes, I'm surprised you know that awfully bad film. Please tell me you're an Alan Rickman fan and not a Hugh Grant fan I just like the eyeliner <3 I wish you a Merry Christmas seeing as I'm here
  7. Veronica Dreadful
    30-11-2008 02:59 AM
    Veronica Dreadful
    Noel Gallagher FTW!!
  8. Noel Gallagher
    30-11-2008 01:53 AM
    Noel Gallagher
    I'm good thanks if rather drunk! Yourself?

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  • About Veronica Dreadful
    hey, you, get off of my cloud!
    Birthing a healthy baby.
    I was born with a plastic spoon in my mouth. The north side of my town faced east and the east was facing south.
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    The Bourne Identity
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    Queer as Folk (US)
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