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Old 12-18-2016   #11
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Re: Can you recommend a rather misty film...

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& a charming, underrated & unpretentious Film That Has Some Mist In It, is mcTiernan's The 13th Warrior, based on Michael Crichton's book Eaters of the Dead which if i'm not mistaken takes its inspiration in turn from the Beowulf saga.
I had a feeling I'd seen this before, and, having checked, find that I was right. Yes, I did enjoy this - quite an unusual premise, I thought.

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Not much mist in it, but as far as mood and tone is concerned I'm inclined to recommend A Field in England
Yes, I would like to see this.

Another day draws to a close without me having had the time for film-viewing, after all, but I am storing up suggestions.

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yes, A Field in England and Valhalla Rising!!
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