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Old 01.09.2007, 07:09 AM   #101
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Originally Posted by jon boy
set something up. i used to do it when i was at college although the films i used to show not many people turned up too.

You're right. The only good place where they rent non-conventional movies (to put it somehow) is a place in downtown Buenos Aires. I live outside Buenos Aires. They give you only a day of time for rental. I should rent a few, invite my friends home (well that first) then go downtown the other day to give them back.
I've been buying DVDs abroad but "Fitzcarraldo" for instance, has subtitles in English and German. Most of my friends only speak Spanish.
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