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until the end of the world

November 07, 2005 - 10:23 PM [ life ]
uteotw.jpgjust a little whine about how i really want to see this movie again. has anyone else seen it? i believe it came out in 1991. i remember thinking i loved it, but i've only seen it once or twice and my memory is horrible. i just know i want one of those devices to record my dreams...at anyrate it's nearly impossible to see. there's been no official dvd release and the vhs is out of print (but who has vhs anymore anyway?) i hear there's an italian dvd release that is 3 discs and 4+ hours long. but the non-english parts have no english. why won't they release that here? i don't want to pay some dude on ebay 50 bucks for the italian one.

have you seen it? what are your thoughts of it?

Posted by pocketpig at November 7, 2005 10:23 PM

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woah, that is so weird! i was at my gram's last weekend watching bad tv with her and i don't remember what we were watching at the time, but someone on some show or old movie said something about the end of the world, and it made me think of that movie, and how good the soundtrack was, and how tired (read: delirious) i was when i saw it so that it felt so real, like i was living in it, or watching as if i were in the movie, so when it was over, i went thru some sort of withdrawal for a while... until i woke up i think. i never watched it again. i'm afraid if i'm alert i won't have the same experience.

Posted by: juju at November 8, 2005 08:27 AM

i haven't seen it. but, i'll gladly watch it with you!

Posted by: katy at November 8, 2005 11:13 PM

i tried to watch it a few years ago and i didn't like it. but maybe my opinion would change?

Posted by: alice at November 9, 2005 08:53 AM

the problem is, can anyone find it to watch it???

Posted by: pocketpig at November 10, 2005 09:16 AM

huntington cinema arts 1:30 nov 20

Posted by: cd at November 19, 2005 01:48 PM

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