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Old 09-19-2017, 08:47 PM   #1
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Default Dardenne Brothers Blu Ray Collection

Is it time? Is it time for France to produce a blu ray collection of one of their own? Their best director brother team? It's been a long time now but none of their films pre The Kid With A Bike is out on blu ray ):
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Is it time for France to produce a blu ray collection of one of their own? Their best director brother team?
The Dardenne brothers are Belgian, not French.
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The Dardenne brothers are Belgian, not French.
Ok but they are neighbouring countries. Like how Scottish people are still called British.

Anyway, who else is excited for a blu ray set to come out?
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Old 09-20-2017, 10:44 AM   #4
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Ok but they are neighbouring countries. Like how Scottish people are still called British.
Scottish people are still called British because Scotland is part of the United Kingdom/Great Britain (for now at least...).

Belgium is an independent State. it has nothing to do with France.
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Old 10-17-2017, 09:06 PM   #5
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Ok but they are neighbouring countries. Like how Scottish people are still called British.

Anyway, who else is excited for a blu ray set to come out?
You should probably save your money for a map and encyclopaedia based on that stunning statement of ignorance.
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You should probably save your money for a map and encyclopaedia based on that stunning statement of ignorance.
There is no need for that. I apologised.
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There is no need for that. I apologised.
You actually didn't. You instance tried to use another exemple to back up your original mistake and ended up digging further.

Any geographical lack of knowledge aside, yes, it's true that Dardenne's movies are poorly available in HD in France. Hopefully, some retrospective will pop up at some time and more of their movies will be available.
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You actually didn't. You instance tried to use another exemple to back up your original mistake and ended up digging further.

Any geographical lack of knowledge aside, yes, it's true that Dardenne's movies are poorly available in HD in France. Hopefully, some retrospective will pop up at some time and more of their movies will be available.
Well I apologise then. I meant no offence.
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It may also amaze you that the majority of the Belgians is Dutch speaking, not French.
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