I have read reviews on this movie and it seems popular.However, it is very difficult to get a good torrent not conected to a spam site.
"Another Year" was initially the same, but now 2 versions with Norwegian subs are available.I was just curious as to why some movies that would seem to be "higher profile" are easy to find, whereas titles appealing to perhaps a more select audience are not.
I think I've just answered my own question!
In the case of "Another Year" I can see why its appeal would fall into the "select audience" group.
Just a side note here.I am a British subject living /working in Eilat, Israel.There are 2 good new cinemas in this city and an IMAX.The problem for an English speaker in these cinemas is that the local indiginous movie goers talk non-stop during the movie whilst reading the feckin sub-titles.You have to really strain to hear the dialogue.Maybe they should provide headphones for English viewers!
I trust it is acceptable to post this in the lounge.
I still don't understand why a lounge is called a "salon" in Israel.26 years in this place, I can converse in Hebrew in connection with my profession/hobbies, but outside those areas I seem to have a "block".
actually a combination of my son's name "Rom" after the Marvel comics super hero [my wife thinks I suggested the name because it has a "biblical significance here" and my name Laurence, [Laurie]
Laurence causes too many jokes here.Just a mile east is Aqaba, Jordan where "Lawrence of Arabia" made a name for himself.The locals wil insist on caling me "eesh Arav" in Hebrew which is a complement to the original T.E.Lawrence.When I lived in Bournemouth, Dorset, the local motorcycle club I was affiliated with made a "pilgrimage" to Bovington war cemetry where T.E.Lawrence was buried. Anyone familiar with the movie, "Lawrence of Arabia" will recall he died swerving to avoid 2 children on bicycles. He was riding a Brough Superior motorcycle, one of the all-time British Greats in terms of mtorcycle engineering.
Appyologies for rambling on so.My son has to return to his military base a part of his 3 years army service as he was born here.Me and my wife always get a bit "strung-out" before his return.