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TV show: 2 well-educated rollerbladers...

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Well educated inline skaters? Hee, yes that does happen, indeed. I wonder if the only skating they do is in the setup. OK this is reminding me of some think about the Louvre right? Some gig where 3 people run through the museum from one end to the other just like some movie they saw years ago? Yes I've forgotten many many many movies! But I watched many many many many movies, especially those ones with writing on the screen. In fact, now I like to watch the subtitles in English when the movie's in English. I catch some stuff I'd definitely miss otherwise. OK, here's the pitch for the viddyshow...

Traveler (Warner Bros): After two well-educated friends pull a stunt by rollerblading at a famous New York museum, they are accused of being terrorists when the museum is bombed. Matt Bomer, Steven Culp (Desperate Housewives), Viola Davis, Logan Marshall-Green, and Aaron Stanford star.

Hmmm... I looked it up. The newer movie is Dreamers by Berolucci...

http://www.independentcritics.com/reviews/dreamers.htm has a pretty good review, though it may tell much more than you want to know if you think you might see this admittedly not for everyone movie. Your taboo boundaries may be reached here. In any case, here's a quotation from the review...

Bertolucci's direction is masterful. He is able to tell a very basic story of three friends being sexually playful and intertwine it with questions of morality and political intrigue. He weaves in some lovely references to classic films, some overt and some very subtle. There is a lovely scene where the three of them race through The Louvre in exactly the same way as was done in Jean-Luc Godard's 'Bande à part'. He intercuts his film with footage from Godard's classic. He does the same when Isabelle mimics Garbo. He also gives subtle nods to 'The Third Man', 'Breathless', 'Mouchette' and 'Blonde Venus'. I also love the inclusion of footage from Chaplin's 'City Lights' as they debate Chaplin and Keaton.

Well another late night mystery solved.

Blake

ABC has announced its new fall schedule. 
WZZM, MI - 4 hours ago
... Traveler (Warner Bros): After two well-educated friends pull a stunt by rollerblading at a famous New York museum, they are accused of being terrorists when ...

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