Monday, April 21, 2008

Fahrenheit: New Movie

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

"According to Wikipedia it was done to prevent confusion with Fahrenheit 9/11 but wouldn't this kind of confusion also happen in Europe ?"

No, because it is also the name of a book by Ray Bradbury, of a film bu François Truffaut that are just as famous as the film from Michael Moore. Most people think to the word as a temperature scale. So it carries mostly the idea of temperature than Anything else. At least, that's the case in France.

01 July, 2008 17:27  
Blogger Krystian Majewski said...

I don't quite understand what you are getting at. The book "Fahrenheit 451" is also known in America. In fact, "Fahrenheit 9/11" is a tribute to that. Why doing a different Title for America?

02 July, 2008 10:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

USA, Hollywood at least, has a long tradition in denying foreign work by remaking and/or rebranding. About many American movies I later had to say: oops, there was a French (or other) original? (E.g. Nikita vs Point of No Return)

25 August, 2008 11:21  

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