English Subtitles?


Anyone know where I can find some English subtitles for this film?

Jack Edwards

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Have you seen the film? I've been trying to snaggle a copy for years? It seems it has been forgotten; surprising considering the involvement of Polanski and Chabrol (albeit Chabrol had yet to hit his stride).

...there is no sense of history anymore, and yet, there will probably be a directors cut/restoration of Pretty Woman.....

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I have a burned dvd of this that looks incredible, however not having subtitles is a hinderance, especially for the Gregoretti segment (Not to mention I have a predisposed distaste for MOST Italian cinema). It would also help to have titles for Godard's film as well. All in all, a good film, with Polanski and Godard contributing the most interesting segments. This film should be viewed for its photography alone, as the locations are breathtaking. I also believe it is the only short Coutard shot for Godard, so that holds interest. And of course, who can move a camera like Polanski?

Jack Edwards

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Right, I forgot Godard directed a segment of the film. It is a shame a DVD with multiple language and subtitle choices isn't available. Whilst the film isn't considered to contain any of the involved directors best work, it is certainly of interest. Strange, so many of the european omnibus films have resurfaced... oh, well, one for the wish list, along with The Other Side Of the Wind, Josef von Sternbers Thunderbolt, London After Midnight....

But you are certainly correct in asserting that no one can move a camera like Polanski. I hate to pidgeon hole directors; but I wish he'd do more psychological thrillers. I like and admire his recent 3 or 4 films, but I'd love another film of the callibre of The Tennant, Rosemary's Baby, or even the much maligned Bitter Moon.

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i need the subtitles, as well.

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noone?

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hello?

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