My take on INLAND EMPIRE

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Re: My take on INLAND EMPIRE

Postby piero » Fri Feb 26, 2010 10:16 am

Are you sure it is english? :roll:
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Re: My take on INLAND EMPIRE

Postby gavriloP » Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:31 pm

piero wrote:Are you sure it is english? :roll:


Sorry, you lost me there? What are you referring to? Was my writing so uncomprehensible? Sorry if that was the case. I wasn't aiming for literature, just trying to give some food for thought to those who are familiar with the film.. I just revisited this thing because of that "Sue" line that can be heard near the end.
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Re: My take on INLAND EMPIRE

Postby Carl » Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:59 am

LOL, no, your english is okay; I think the question is ' Are the characters speaking in English in that scene?"
I dunno if they are. I'll certainly check it out tonight.
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Re: My take on INLAND EMPIRE

Postby gavriloP » Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:22 am

Heh. :oops:

I think they are talking english because those "hellos" sound like polish actor speaking english :) But I have to admit that I'm not too familiar with polish language (apart from few good films) so maybe they say hello like that.

Also in MTTH where we have this quite unusual watch-buying scene between LG and Crimp where they both are speaking english.

I think they really live in Inland Empire, LA. But she came from Poland.

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