Crazy Love Subtitles

Domator

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#1
Hello
I'm looking for Crazy Love subtitles. Can you help me? I'd be glad for any links, PM or e-mails (theelder.net@gmail.com).

Thanks!
D.
 

hank solo

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#3
English ones are available from opensubtitles.org

http://www.opensubtitles.org/en/search/sublanguageid-eng/idmovie-8591

My disc has Dutch, French and English. Not sure how easy they are to rip...
 

Ponder

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#5
Domator, if you like I send you a copy of the movie for free.

In Crazy Love they speak some form of ""Flemish dialect". Even for me not so easy to understand...
So I guess that's the reason the disc also has Dutch subtitles.
 
#7
i know that this topic is outdated by over a year, but Crazy Love is and has been available with english subtitles for quite a while. . . I got my copy at diabolikdvd.com more than a year and a half ago . . . definitely before october of last year, so if anyone is still looking for it check out diabolikdvd. . .
 

HenryChinaski

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#8
lol man i wish they were around back when i watched it all the way through without them.
i was just trying to figure out what was going on. it wasnt too bad though.
 

Pogue Mahone

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#12
The stranger it gets, I love Buk. But this film was a little too spooky for me. This coming from a guy whose 2 favorite movies are "Who's Afraid of Virgina Wolf" and "Showgirls". I think what was missing was Buk's sense of humor in the face of horror. That sense of humor is such a critical bridge to understanding and accepting life. Without it, the pain is overwhelming.
 
#13
It is a very strange film indeed. I don't need subtitles cause I speak Dutch/Flemish... I like that Bukowski was enthusiastic about this film. Bukowski liked Eraserhead as well. I guess he liked his films to be a bit weird.
 

roni

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#14
I only tried to watch this movie once. That was somwhere around 2001 or 2002 and I wasn't even able to finish it.

Not because I couldn't take hurt and pain in a movie, but I simply DID NOT FEEL my Bukowski in it.
I even didn't feel the pain at all. It was emotionless to me.
That thing made no impression at all; it just bored me.

When I found out, Bukowski liked that movie, I was embarrassed. I couldn't understand. And can't now.

Maybe I should give it another chance.
But not tonight.
 
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