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It's a Mexican film, although they setting the movie in Spain because both speaking the same language You can check it out at an independent cinema such as Dendy. I know they have one in Melbourne at Collins Street
No Really? They speak the same language in Mexico as in Spain? I never would have known that!

Hmm I work near Collins St. so maybe I'll go check it out.

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No Really? They speak the same language in Mexico as in Spain? I never would have known that!

Hmm I work near Collins St. so maybe I'll go check it out.
Apart from dialects Yeah, you should check it out! It's a fantastic movie


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So, I think I can say that the last movie at least combining different languages I've seen has been 'The science of sleep' with Gael Garcia Bernal... which includes dialogues in English, French and Spanish (yup, it was a very nice linguistic challenge )
I saw it in London a few weeks ago - I don't even know if it has been released here in Italy - and I absolutely loved it. Check it out if you get the chance, especially if you like Gael, like I do

The whole approach to dreams and how they mix up with real life is genial, and I'm actually looking forward to seeing it again as soon as it's available on DVD, cuz I'm quite sure there are details I've missed and which I'll appreciate even more next time...
I saw this film also, it was amazing It was a crazy kind of film, but was very funny in parts and really clever in others. I loved the switch from all the languages also!
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I saw Volver maybe 3 weeks back, that was very very good also 5/5
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If you have the chance see French movie Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas

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Pan's Labyrinth. It was excellent!
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Maribel Verdu in Pan´s Labyrinth is gorgeous!!

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I saw this film also, it was amazing It was a crazy kind of film, but was very funny in parts and really clever in others. I loved the switch from all the languages also!
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Agreed, The Science Of Sleep is fantastic. I really enjoyed it. It's so inventive and original and a little bit weird. Gael plays a shy daydreamer who moves to Paris and tries to romance his new neighbor, Charlotte Gainsbourg. It's directed by Michel Gondry who looked at some similar dream-like ideas in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and has made some superbly odd music videos. This movie is smaller scale and budget than Sunshine but it's quirky and funny and romantic.

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Pan's labyrinth 10+ /10

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pans labyrith - 9/10 - i rated this before in the 'last movie youve seen thread"

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Pan's Labyrinth - 5/5 need i say more

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Shtolnya "The Pit" .. ukrainian horror movie.. i'd give it 3/5 considering the actors were taken off the streets and that it was the first ukrainian horror film ever, it was pretty cheesy, but i liked it. i need english subtitles though. ahah

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Last foreign non english movie I saw was finnish Ariel (1988) by Aki Kaurismäki. Really, really enyojed watching it. 9/10

And please no more Pan's Labyrinth, not because it's bad or good, 'cause I haven't watched so I don't know, but because there are too many recommendations for that movie already.

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