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Elijah Wood in Green Street is such bizarre casting. You ever seen that bloke in Miami who wants to bring hooliganism to the US and cuts wrestling-style promos calling out English firms?
 

luka

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The professionalisation of everything is a loss though. Crap 70s fighting was better than Russian MMA trained assassins pounding someone's head against the pavement. In the 70s they could have 200 men brawling on the street and no one got injured.
 

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Here's his channel.
 

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The Football Factory's miles better than Green Street. You see the same actors come up again and again in these films.
 

luka

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The Football Factory's miles better than Green Street. You see the same actors come up again and again in these films.
Can you seem remotely convincing as a working class person. That's basically the criteria.
 

WashYourHands

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There’s a Japanese film, K(w)aidan, that has a chapter about 2 men getting lost in the snow. All does not end well, but in the intro they’re filmed in this snowstorm as the trees sway against the backdrop of a sky filled with eyes. Beautifully stunning, but creepy as fuck too. Can’t find a clip though.

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IdleRich

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Don't think I've seen that one.
How do they do that? I think in Mirror it's a helicopter maybe hovering over the grass.
 
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