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    Nordics Are Also Emotional, And This Is A Good Thing

    The 1998 Danish film The Celebration was noted for its painstaking realism. The camera was always hand-held, and the plot was made to be believable and something that people can relate to. The film is almost pure, raw emotion all the way through, and I think that that's great. Being in touch with one's emotions, and expressing them, are healthy. Here are some scenes:





    And here is a plot review from the site where these pictures come from: http://www.albany.edu/writers-inst/fnf99n5.html

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    And of course the nice thing that it involves a blond woman with her negro boyfriend and a nordish man that had sex with his children, what a great film..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stig NHF
    And of course the nice thing that it involves a blond woman with her negro boyfriend and a nordish man that had sex with his children, what a great film..
    Yes, what's great is that the brother loved his sister so much that he did put up an angry fuss about the Congoid.

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    Ah well, thats fair enough. Well, the film is fairly good, I'll give it that

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    It had a somewhat happy ending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    Yes, what's great is that the brother loved his sister so much that he did put up an angry fuss about the Congoid.
    Exactly!

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    The film was good to see but his message and characters are rather destructive.

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    I have also observed Nordics to be somewhat emotional. Upper Paleolithics on the other hand are pretty cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmocreator
    I have also observed Nordics to be somewhat emotional. Upper Paleolithics on the other hand are pretty cool.
    PURE UP's have not existed for several millenia now, but then again, you think that pure Danubians still exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eiserner Adler
    PURE UP's have not existed for several millenia now, but then again, you think that pure Danubians still exist.

    Don't take what I say out of context. I have never said such a thing. : There are no pure types period.
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