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Lost In Translation by Kid on 2004-03-28 13:59:13
I was shopping the other day, like one does, like one does. And I remembered a comment I made at the end of the film that shares this topic's name. It was about the soundtrack - I thought it was excellent. Anyway, in Huddersfield, I thought "Nah, never a CD that I want would be here" but lo and behold it was. I found it - in MVC - I ended up spending £25 of my own money that day (I bought a load of books too) but I got my soundtrack. And it is awesome. The moral of the story? If you like something, don't forget it. That's all. Good film as well. In fact, my only gripe is that The Big Issue interview with Bill Murray read as if written by a 2 year old. But that's all.
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|Re: Lost In Translation by Ferrit Rancher on 2004-03-30 11:21:17 | Reply to this|
It's a fair point, forsooth. But if you really like something, can the heat of passion not burn out the part of your brain that contains the relevant information thus rendering recall completely impossible? An episode such as this I would like to call an instance of "Mind-Batty".
|Re: Lost In Translation by Kid on 2004-07-02 14:22:46 | Reply to this|
|I just wanted to recommend the film again, really. I was weeping a second time when I watched it through on DVD. I even shed a tear at the trailer. I might be a big girl, but I'm proud of it.|