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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    He says "I'm so in love with you."
    То есть, получается, он ей отвечает "Я так тебя люблю... я полный дурак"?
    Просто в русской дорожке он отвечает вот что:
    Не знаю, не думал. Это просто смешно.
    Perhaps he says something like
    God, I am so tatata (remorse), but not I'm sorry

    He speaks in his nose, so the second part could sound unclear
    Я так думаю.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freeloader
    Or like this: "Я этого не знал, а теперь знаю."
    You're welcome.
    Спасибо Freeloader, и прости(те) мне, Оля, for hijacking your thread.
    Я вас любил так искренно, так нежно,
    Как дай вам бог любимой быть другим.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Could someone please write down what Alan Rickman here says? What does he say before the words "classic fool"?
    I suspect the Russian translation I heard (in the second audio-track) is quite inaccurate...
    It would be very nice if someone write down all the dialog, but if it's hard - please only Rickman's cues (hm, is "cues" ok here?...)

    Thanks in advance very much!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aa6rtqeM1S4
    Somebody with access to the script and who also listened to the film several times has already done this. I've listened to the Youtube link several times and agree with this:
    Tell me, if you were in my position, what would you do?
    What position is that?
    Imagine your husband bought a gold necklace
    and, come Christmas, gave it to somebody else.
    - Oh, Karen... - Would you wait around to find out...

    - Good night. - Night, darling. Happy Christmas.
    Would you wait around to find out if it's just a necklace
    or if it's sex and a necklace
    or if, worst of all, it's a necklace and love?
    Would you stay? Knowing life would always be a little bit worse?
    - Or would you cut and run? - Oh, God.
    I am so in the wrong.
    A classic fool.
    Yes, but you've also made a fool out of me.
    You've made the life I lead foolish, too.
    Darling.
    Love Actually Script - Dialogue Transcript http://www.script-o-rama.com/movie_scri ... cript.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leof
    Perhaps he says something like
    God, I am so tatata (remorse), but not I'm sorry
    Да, Лёва, возможно. Но в любом случае он не говорит "Не знаю, не думал"!
    А слова "classic fool" даже я слышу отчетливо, как можно было перевести их "это просто смешно"? Человек на самом деле извиняется перед женой, а русский зритель должен смотреть и думать "чё за непробиваемый дурак? ни о чем не думал, смешно ему..."

    He speaks in his nose, so the second part could sound unclear
    It seems like he always speaks in his nose.

    Quote Originally Posted by Leushka
    прости(те) мне, Оля, for hijacking your thread.
    No problem!


    P.S. Wow!!!! Oh Ken, thank you so much!!!
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    Hense, he didn't say sorry
    And yes, he's always speaking like that.
    Я так думаю.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Quote Originally Posted by xRoosterx
    It's one of these two.
    1. I'm so in love with you
    2. I'm sorry ( for you )
    It's early.
    Объясните мне кто-нибудь, пожалуйста, что значит it's early в данном контексте. Спасибо.

    Кстати, у Рикмана там ещё слова есть...
    Likewise, 'It's late' means it's too late (вечером) to think properly.
    Correct my mistakes and I will give you +1 internets.

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    Late here, but he had some fame from films like Dogma (he played the metatron, an angel) Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy (which I THINK was before Harry Potter) where he played Marvin's voice.

    I wish I was further in my learning Russian so I could write that in a language which is SO much cooler than boring old English

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_k
    Late here
    Noooooo, it's not late at all!

    Quote Originally Posted by t_k
    but he had some fame from films like Dogma (he played the metatron, an angel) Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy (which I THINK was before Harry Potter) where he played Marvin's voice.
    I didn't like "Dogma" and I even didn't like Rickman in this movie.
    Wiki says that "Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy" was later than "Harry Potter". I didn't see it.
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    I thought that he was well known when he played the Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. He was great in that role. He is in the new Johnny Depp movie too.
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    I like Alan Rickman in alot of his roles- I remember I first saw him in the movie Galaxy Quest as a kid and i repeated a line involving "let's get off the bloody ship" and then... I was forced to sit in a corner with soup sitting in my mouth... But I particulary love him as Snape in Harry Potter...

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    I first saw him in "Perfume". Then... I don't remember precisely, but I think it was "Love actually" or "Snow cake", and then "Dark Harbor". So I first saw him all the time in positive/character roles and I didn't know he was Mr Cinematographic-Bad-Guy until I saw some other movies.
    As for Sheriff of Nottingham, I can't say I liked him very much.

    I think he's really great in "Perfume".
    And I liked his Judge in "Sweeny Todd" (new Johnny Depp movie) very-very-very much.

    P.S. Please correct my mistakes / style. Thank you.
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    He's really a great actor- he's really talented, handsome, and his voice is sooo awesome!!

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