RE: Debate opens anew on language and its effect on cognition

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    >Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 13:27:59 -0000
    > >> I think "I am Curious Yellow" was an Ingmar Bergman film and was
    > >> foreign film in the U.S.
    > <Well, of course, any film not made in the US is a foreign film....>
    > To Americans yes...
    > <But, I'm quite sure that 'I am curious, yellow', while perhaps
    > > swedish, was not a Bergman.>
    > >
    > On a hunch it wasn't Bergman, I just looked it up on IMDB, and
    >discovered it to be a 1967 film by Vilgot Sjoman, of Sweden. It's correct
    >title is 'Jag ar nyfiken- en film i gult' (any Swedish list members to
    >translate?), and was called 'I am curious yellow' in the USA. It was
    >in Finland and Norway until 1970, and, initially, seized at US customs. It
    >used a mix of fiction and documentary techniques, was sexually explicit and
    >politically controversial.
    > The films you guys watched in your youth.....
    > Vincent
    Thanks, Vincent. I should have takent the time to look it up, but I just
    took a shot from the lip.


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