Yeah, we have a boxed set of Kurosawa films that I need to watch. I've seen nearly all of them, but I was between eight and ten years old at the time, and all I can really remember of the experience was the trauma. Especially with Ran, right from the get-go with the three broken arrows bit. Then I'd get attached to some character and three minutes later they'd have no head. Gah!
You have to understand that Kieslowski is almost a GOD in our home. Blue may be my favorite of the trilogy, but that trilogy almost a Trinity amongst us.
Oh. And Betty's the next door neighbor you see sunbathing across the fence.
Are you saying that if Lolita had grown up, she would have turned into Betty Rubble?!
I like the way the Cat from "Red Dwarf" phrases his answer to this question. "Well, I would go with Betty. But I'd be thinking of Wilma."
Does anyone fancy a vindaloo?
How did you know I live under a rock?? OMG you're psychic.
Only, I haven't got a television under the rock so I can't watch the Flinstones.
The tea leaves told me! Either that or the llamas may have mentioned it.
I don't have a television either. But really, who needs television when there is the INTARNETomgliekWOW!
Don't try and get us into trouble missy!
We said the Hag SHOULD live under a rock, not that she does live under a rock.
Although actually, she does now. We took over her flat and threw her out. She can't have the internet under the rock either - she comes round here to OUR flat and uses OUR computer.
OMG like ooh baby.
OMFG you really are psychic: how did you know I have the internet?????
=^P I am apparently a lech.
And I KNEW the Red/White/Blue series. I've just never seen them. You didn't have an option for that. It means I'm unmotivated and unwilling to take a chance on something that I don't KNOW about.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAND, love the kitten icon.
Yeah, ditto this.
I knew what you were talking about, I just didn't know what you were talking about.
Y'know, I haven't actually seen the movies yet, even though I picked Blue, but I just figured it would be something gloomy and I'd like it.
You're one of the only people who didn't try to weasel out of responsibility for being an uncultured baboon. I don't think you've fully embraced the American way of life, miss. ;-D
Actually, I usually try to use the excuse that I'm Russian and have missed many movies, TV shows and general pop culture things. It never works, though.
I am part of the uncultured baboon cohort. *sniffle*
But I've seen Before the Rain! And The Dreamlife of Angels!
And, um... Stillman's Manhattan Trilogy?
Okay, okay, I'll get on that Three Colors trilogy. It'll be a nice contrast to all the Dario Argento I'll probably see much of in the semi-near future.
However, I picked Red
because, well, it's probably the case (ekeppich
reasoning, different result).