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On Thursday, February 21, 2002, at 05:59 , John Wilkins wrote:
> You should also know that there was a second film called "I am curious
> (blue)" - they were political allegories, I believe.
Ah, from the blue and yellow of the, I'm pretty sure, swedish flag. 60's
polarization r us. I don't remember the blue version, but, 'blue' does
have a good many connotations in the US.
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