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The Rules of the Game(1939)

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  • The Rules of the Game

    • Dashiell B.
    • 3/10/13

    At the time, this film was serverly cut after violent responses from critics and audiences. Centering around a collection of masters & servants in a country estate whose amorral pursuits collide. Renoir not only wrote & directed this critique of bourgeois society under the guise of a comedy, but also stars as "Octave," a man who fills his emptiness by helping others. One of the greatest French films ever made. I give it a 4.5/5.

  • Please Dub these movies again

    • SC Norman
    • 3/9/13

    How far do you think our American / English movies would get overseas if they had to read subtitles? We miss all the acting and facial expressions by having our eyes at the bottom of the screen. This is the biggest fraud perpetrated on the American public that some how we have to watch these films with subtitles - it keeps classics confined to the art houses. I blame the large studios who routinely dub their movies for foreign distribution as that assures the widest audience. Films were dubbed when I was a kid and they were fine - look at all the spaghetti westerns everyone is speaking a different language but we don't care because we are in the stories

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    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/14/11

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