Posted by Christina on August 26, 2000 at 07:57:22:
In Reply to: Re: Impressions on your theme posted by Vince on August 26, 2000 at 07:20:35:
: : : : : : : So yeah, it's hard to view the film with the same innocence that we once did ... we now know who threw up where just before what scene, and other delightful little tidbits. We know there's a road down there below those cliffs, that 1757 Albany is really 1991 Asheville, etc. etc.
: : : : : : OK, Rich. I'll bite. Who threw up where before what scene?
: : : : : : :o)
: : : : : : Chris
: : : : : No, no, no, Chris! You don't want to lose your innocence, do you???
: : : : : Adele, it's SO true ... you can not see this film through the same eyes anymore. In a way, it's sad. The insights we've gained, however thrilling, have diminished something in the viewing. The '98 theatre run & the DVD offered a glimpse of seeing it again - for the first time.
: : : : : E
: : : : Come on, Elaine! You're whetted my curiosity! I'm a journalist, remember? Who bowed beforethe porcelain God and when?
: : : : enquiring (and sick) mind wants to know...
: : : : Christina
: : :
: : : Ah, Christina ------- does the journalist pay the informant?
: : : How much is it worth to ya'???
: : Hi Elaine,
: : What innocence?? and yes, I'll pay. Name your price...
: : Chris
: Now you've piqued our interest. How about multiple choice answer? We place all our beloved LOTM contestants on a remote island and each week we vote to remove a character - based upon trivia questions... My guess is that we have to read your companion book to find out.
Ah, Elaine! You drive a hard bargain! But I'm about to hit the road to drive to north Georgia and you wouldn't want me to embark on a journey like that without knowing...would you? Oh, of course you would! Okay, so what's the price? A gallon of South Carolina bar-B-que? A case of 12-year-old Glenlivet? 14 "Discover Your Inner Magua Counseling Sessions?" Housework? Come on, name your price...
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