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What are your favorite movies?
Apocalypse Now, Lawrence of Arabia, Network, The Cincinnati Kid, City of God, Irreversible, Ex Drummer, Amores Perros, Tesis, Intacto, +++
Who are your favorite stars?
Steve McQueen, Mads Mikkelsen, Kim Bodnia, Beat Kitano
Who are your favorite directors?
Takeshi Kitano, David Cronenberg, Sidney Lumet, Peter Weir, Gaspar Noe, Alejandro Amenábar, Vincenzo Natali, Roman Polanski
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I'm pretty much bored with the stuff coming out of Hollywood these days, and have spent a lot of time scavenging around other parts of the film-world, to find secret gems. When I'm tired of that, I enjoy putting on TCM and watch some golden oldies, back from when there still came good stuff out of Hollywood.
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At 4:49pm on October 26, 2010, Ktrek said…
Welcome to the site Tiger! Interesting selections you have (especially directors). I hope you enjoy GAOH!

At 3:17pm on October 19, 2010, Abdullah aka Chuck said…
Welcome to the GAOH Tiger! Hope you have a lot of fun here1


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