which is the best cinematographic version of that dickens novel? i watched recently the Polanski version, and is very good. (im downloading it now :P)i watched 3 times the musical film of Carol Reed, and is very good too (it was awarded with the best film oscar prize in 1968). i still didnt watch the David Lean oldie version. the film-lovers always say that that english author was the best adapting Dickens. (i watched his Great Expectations and was great). so, you , cinephilian florkers from all over the world...: which version is the best for you?
a smile from the iberic peninsula :)
pd.- consider yourself at home,/ consider yourself one of the flork- family... :P
>>By Jim_Hawkins (Friday, 16 Dec 2005 22:15)
Hey, Jim_Hawkins. ^^
I've watched the recent version of Oliver Twist by Polanski, and did some research on it. The older version was nother compared to it, but that's only obvious...XD
>>By Lucia01 (Thursday, 22 Dec 2005 02:40)
why is so evident, Lucia?
>>By Jim_Hawkins (Thursday, 22 Dec 2005 15:18)
just cause it is OLD? ... or cause you are a naive teen? :P
>>By Jim_Hawkins (Thursday, 22 Dec 2005 15:19)
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