(No subtitles, but do you really need them? No, that’s right, you don’t).
Posted on November 20, 2012 at 5:35 pm in Art, Literature, Movies | RSS feed
Reblogged this on lanaeflu's Blog.
But sure it’s dubbed in Spanish. There I am thinking I’m losing my senses. Fantastic film maker, so ambitious in what he adapts in particular. Haven’t seen this one, but Vangelo secondo Matteo, Decameron, Salo’ are all incredible. Is there a version of this with English subtitles knocking around these parts?
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