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Topic: The European cinema

How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. A variant three: - or me such simply come across always, and actually full cheerful colourful, kind European films - for last heels of years the European cinema became valid such  sad - it always was such though hardly, I remember from the childhood the French comedies What variant more close to true? And if the second - that why? The general mood in Europe?

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A_R> What variant is closer to true? A_R> and if the second - that why? The general mood in Europe? The mass cinema lost , and not-mass always was a depressive sad shit.

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. At cinema and art generally follow emotions which does not suffice in life.

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> And if the second - that why? The general mood in Europe? The knowledge multiplies grief.) the humour leaves in television. The mainstream is locked by Hollywood. There is a niche of low budget festival cinema. And there the tradition was already added to remove on "serious" subjects.

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. [Skip] A_R> what variant is closer to true? The last 20 years the European cinema rolled down in . It is the general decline of the European culture (concerns not only cinema). Gumilev says that it is passionarity falling.

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. At the French studio Studio Canal recently Terminator 2 quitted -  so a film. Did not look unless?

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. The miser, madam. Both is France. Not gray, not the sad.

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Hello, 3V, you wrote: 3V> And it is written "removes under the label, the European films"... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. A_R> a variant three: A_R> - or me such simply come across always, and actually full cheerful colourful, kind European films A_R> - for last heels of years the European cinema became valid such  sad A_R> - it always was such though hardly, I remember from the childhood the French comedies Frenchmen still remove many unpretentious comedies. Try to look at something from Benua Pulvordom or Deni Bunom. British have Sajmon Pegg and Nik Frost. Sajmon Pegg moved now in  and acts in film in any shit, but at the time of HotFuzz and Shaun of the Dead it was very abrupt.

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> What variant is closer to true? A_R> and if the second - that why? The general mood in Europe? Paternal - I marvelously, strongly am am pleased with Spain -  has tightly a rest that was recalled  - the Invisible visitor Wild stories very Spanish cinema - but it on the fan... Still pair of horror films saw, but now I will not recall Frenchmen beautifully remove

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Hello, The Passenger, you wrote: A_R>> What variant is closer to true? A_R>> and if the second - that why? The general mood in Europe? TP> paternal - I marvelously, strongly am am pleased with Spain -  has tightly a rest Recently looked "Witches from Sugarramurdi". Absolutely mad cinema

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Hello, Kerk, you wrote: K> Sajmon Pegg moved now in  and It acts in film in any shit you  that, on Paul a butt drove?... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, CreatorCray, you wrote: K>> Sajmon Pegg moved now in  and It acts in film in any shit CC> you  that, on Paul a butt drove? It was for a long time. Now Pegg acts in film in any StarTrekah, Star wars and Missions impracticable Everyone here such here game https://www.kinopoisk.ru/film/puteshest … 14-506444/ the Big money it spoiled.

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A_R> How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. Interesting is, it is just necessary to look. I here on the contrary  cannot look recently - boringly. From the European I will advise for example Italian "to the other end of the world".

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Hello, CreatorCray, you wrote: CC> It you  that, on Paul drove a butt? It is rather weak

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Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A_R> How many for last pair-triple years looked the European films - all any gray, sad, depressive, about any loonies, problems in families and other. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2239822/ in what place here ?

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> Hello, Amon_RA, you wrote: A> the Last 20 years the European cinema rolled down in . A> It is the general decline of the European culture (concerns not only cinema). And here what at you ?