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Author Topic: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)  (Read 45259 times)

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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #15 on: 08 Sep 2007 - 20:45 »

I'm getting this from a trade soon. Although I don't know what language it is. I was enthused the moment I read the review in the BM book.
what's the BM book?

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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #16 on: 08 Sep 2007 - 20:50 »

i should have realized ???
Well considering you get a name check in it......
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #17 on: 08 Sep 2007 - 20:57 »

i should have realized ???
Well considering you get a name check in it......

I know! What's he like? He gets 4 free copies and forgets the book even exists!  ???
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #18 on: 08 Sep 2007 - 20:59 »

i should have realized ???
Well considering you get a name check in it......
i've got a perfectly valid excuse
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #19 on: 12 Sep 2007 - 18:01 »

It's only had a decent DVD release in Germany. I have the fan sub but haven't watched it yet due to my inability to be able to watch anything in German, not my favourite language to listen too. I'd love to see it in a dubbed version though...

You actually got a fan sub of Blutiger Freitag?! I watched it entirely in German without any subs whatsoever and I loved every second of it. Why doesn't you like the German language, Jonny?  :D
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #20 on: 12 Sep 2007 - 18:27 »

It's only had a decent DVD release in Germany. I have the fan sub but haven't watched it yet due to my inability to be able to watch anything in German, not my favourite language to listen too. I'd love to see it in a dubbed version though...

You actually got a fan sub of Blutiger Freitag?! I watched it entirely in German without any subs whatsoever and I loved every second of it. Why doesn't you like the German language, Jonny?  :D

No offense Magnus but listening to the German language spoken is way different to listening to Italian or French. It just sounds so harsh as opposed to the Latin based languages that sound so smooth and pleasant on the ear.
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #21 on: 12 Sep 2007 - 18:28 »

It's only had a decent DVD release in Germany. I have the fan sub but haven't watched it yet due to my inability to be able to watch anything in German, not my favourite language to listen too. I'd love to see it in a dubbed version though...

You actually got a fan sub of Blutiger Freitag?! I watched it entirely in German without any subs whatsoever and I loved every second of it. Why doesn't you like the German language, Jonny?  :D

No offense Magnus but listening to the German language spoken is way different to listening to Italian or French. It just sounds so harsh as opposed to the Latin based languages that sound so smooth and pleasant on the ear.

That really made me laugh, mate  :-\

I watch German films and am particularly fond of Herzog's films with Klaus Kinski.
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #22 on: 12 Sep 2007 - 18:38 »

No offense Magnus but listening to the German language spoken is way different to listening to Italian or French. It just sounds so harsh as opposed to the Latin based languages that sound so smooth and pleasant on the ear.

I totally agree with you that the German language sounds a bit harsh. It is totally in context with that movie though and I feel that an English dub would have done more harm than good to it. I'm a big fan of the Edgar Wallace krimis so what do I know?  ::)
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #23 on: 12 Sep 2007 - 18:44 »


That really made me laugh, mate  :-\


You know it's true though!

It's different with Kinski as you expect him to a harsh bastard everytime you see him on screen...
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #24 on: 29 Sep 2007 - 16:27 »

UK pre-cert VHS cover, I think this is a re-release version...


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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #25 on: 29 Sep 2007 - 18:04 »

I'm going to check this one out this weekend!
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #26 on: 29 Sep 2007 - 21:18 »

Never seen one but have heard a lot about it.  Found a cool poster of this for sale over at Kino Art, thought some of you might be interested in seeing it.

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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #27 on: 05 Oct 2007 - 12:29 »

No offense Magnus but listening to the German language spoken is way different to listening to Italian or French. It just sounds so harsh as opposed to the Latin based languages that sound so smooth and pleasant on the ear.

You just made me weep >:( :-*

Anyway, apart from such harsh words on my mother tonge, I'm very intrigued over learning about this flick! Totally passed  me by so far! I'll have to check it out asap! :-\

@Magnus: Those "Edgar Wallaca Krimis" are a whole class of their own. ::)
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #28 on: 05 Oct 2007 - 12:30 »

No offense Magnus but listening to the German language spoken is way different to listening to Italian or French. It just sounds so harsh as opposed to the Latin based languages that sound so smooth and pleasant on the ear.

You just made me weep >:( :-*

Anyway, apart from such harsh words on my mother tonge, I'm very intrigued about learning about this flick! Totally passed  me by so far! I'll have to check it out asap! :-\

We're not all xenophobic around these parts, mate - I love German films.  ::)
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Re: Bloody Friday / Blutiger Freitag (Rolf Olsen, 1972)
« Reply #29 on: 05 Oct 2007 - 12:40 »

That's very comforting, Paul! :-X


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