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Re: Polish group

Postby księżycowy » Wed Dec 30, 2020 12:07 am

Well, if usernames and languages are anything to go by, Irusia? Was that it?
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Re: Polish group

Postby Irusejka » Wed Dec 30, 2020 12:12 am

księżycowy wrote:Well, if usernames and languages are anything to go by, Irusia? Was that it?

Yes)
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Re: Polish group

Postby księżycowy » Wed Dec 30, 2020 12:20 am

Cool. Good to "see" you again!
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Re: Polish group

Postby DaveAgain » Tue Mar 16, 2021 9:56 am

Arte.tv have a TV series, The Pleasure Principle where the action moves between Poland, The Czech Republic and the Ukraine. They offer it with French/German audio or "version originale", which I assume is a mixture of the three slavic languages.
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Re: Polish group

Postby Dragon27 » Tue Mar 16, 2021 10:27 am

DaveAgain wrote:Arte.tv have a TV series, The Pleasure Principle where the action moves between Poland, The Czech Republic and the Ukraine. They offer it with French/German audio or "version originale", which I assume is a mixture of the three slavic languages.

I can hear Polish, Czech (I guess?), Russian and lots of English in the Polish trailer.
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Re: Polish group

Postby tungemål » Tue Mar 16, 2021 11:01 am

Looks cool on the trailer. There are Polish subtitles whenever they don't speak Polish, of course. But as Czech and Ukrainian probably are those languages that are the closest to Polish - I wonder if it would be hard for someone from those countries to understand all three languages.
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Re: Polish group

Postby Raconteur » Tue Mar 16, 2021 2:13 pm

DaveAgain wrote:Arte.tv have a TV series, The Pleasure Principle where the action moves between Poland, The Czech Republic and the Ukraine. They offer it with French/German audio or "version originale", which I assume is a mixture of the three slavic languages.
Looks cool, thanks for the heads up! One of the sentences from the lead paragraph of the linked article has me scratching my head, however:
variety.com wrote:...the first ever international TV production between three Eastern Europe countries.
Surely this cannot be right, can it? There was plenty of cooperation between Socialist Bloc (what the author refers to as "Eastern European"*) countries during the Communist era. I'd be really surprised if no international TV production between 3 countries existed before The Pleasure Principle.

Unless of course, they are talking specifically about Beta Film... but then it should be "their" not "the."

[*] Poland and Czechia's classification as "Eastern Europe" is another topic, I don't want to get into here. :roll:
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