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#154264 - 01/21/06 10:21 PM Great moments in German cinema
Loc: New York City
"Aber ich will nicht die Kaiserin von Östereich sein!"
--Romi Schneider in "Sisi, die Junge Kaiserin"
#154265 - 01/22/06 08:17 AM Re: Great moments in German cinema
Loc: Marion NC
I was in Germany many years ago, and The Longest Day was a really big hit in Frankfurt. I had to attend to find out why. They were playing it in reverse._________________________
#154266 - 03/19/06 09:24 PM Re: Great moments in German cinema
Loc: New York City
Maria Braun: "Ich hab' den [General] lieb, aber ich lieb meinen Mann."
Court: "What did she say"
Court Translator: "She says she loves the [general], but she loves her husband"
The Marriage of Maria Braun, as recalled by poster
#154267 - 03/19/06 09:46 PM Re: Great moments in German cinema
Bruno Winter (Rüdiger Volger) "Die Amis haben unser Unterbewusstsein kolonisiert."
(The Yanks have colonized our subconsciousness.)
Wim Wenders. 1976. In Lauf der Zeit._________________________
Ceci n'est pas un seing.
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