2017/02/07

Giveaway!

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Are you up for a giveaway?
One pair of Wrist Worms made of 100% wool is going to move to someone, somewhere.
How to enter the giveaway: Leave a comment on this blog post telling me about your favourite movie! A winner will be picked randomly on this Sunday, February 12, at 8pm and will be announced on the blog, so don't forget to check back! Looking forward to reading about your favourite movies!

89 comments:

  1. Hi, Sandra!
    I guess my favorite movie must be Darren Aronofsky's ''The Fountain''. I've seen it like 6 or 7 times and I'm listening to the amazing soundtrack at leaste once a year.

    I'm a big fan of your blog and work. Berlin is one of my favorite travel destinations and I love seeing your photos of it!

    Cheers,
    Natt

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  2. My favourite movie is only lovers left alive, great actors, locations (Detroit and Tangier) the music is sublime!

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    2. I forgot to write my email: Coleman.link@gmx.de Greetings Lizzie

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  3. Hi Sandra!
    I'm in the process of showing my favourite movies to my boyfriend. It's nice to stay inside in the evenings, because it's still dark and cold outside. The next one on my list is this one:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZXhFNGPSY0
    But he also wants to watch this one with me soon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwefGellnhk
    Have a nice day!
    Judit

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  4. Hi!
    It's hard to choose only one, but I would say Uruguayan tragicomedy Whisky
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0331370/

    It would be super nice to have a pair of your lovely wrist worms.
    Have a nice day *

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  5. Hi!
    My favorite movie is without a doubt Hasards ou coïncidences : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120588/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1.
    I cantt find the words to talk about it, so I'll copy paste my favorite review: « I was at home with my wife on a Saturday night in Honolulu when this film came on the TV. I'll never forget that night. A film so poignant,so beautifully realized, so imaginative, so -dare I say- artistic. I have it on DVD and watch it often. It is not the subject matter, or the direction, or the acting, or the cinematography that distinguish it; it stands apart as a work of art in its own right. Don't even call it a film. It is what a film wishes it could be, what a symphony wishes it could be, what a painting wishes it could be- it is an experience. Don't look for a repeat of this excellence in other Lelouch outings, it is not there. For my money one of the 10 best films I have ever seen. »



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  6. I am in!
    It's hard to pick just one favorite movie, but among others i will note "Three Colors: White" from Krzysztof Kieslowski's trilogy. I remember watching it with by big brother in the cinema, i was still in school, and it was so magical, the images, the atmosphere, the music.

    Good luck to all and thank you for the giveaway!

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  7. Hi Sandra!

    One of my all-time favourites is The Fabulous Life of Amélie Poulain - partly because it's French, and partly because of its magical and unique atmosphere (not to mention its wonderful soundtrack). You might have seen it yourself, but in case you haven't, you should definitely check it out :)
    I really enjoy looking at your work on instagram, keep up with all this creativity!

    Have a nice day,
    Flora from Hungary

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  8. It's 'The thin red line' by Terrance Malick. That movie combines poetics, sense, emotion and visual excellence.

    Your wrist worms are surely comfort for different senses. :)

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  9. At this moment my favorite movie is Mulholland Drive. Seen it so many times, and it's still a perfect mystery.

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  10. I have to admit that my favorite movie is Legally Blonde and I still wonder why (oh why?). I feel better now that I said that to someone though.

    Have a good day/evening/night !

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  11. I absolutely love "Wet Hot American Summer," which is a strange movie in all the best ways. It's ridiculous and has a brilliant cast, and the nonsensical happenings and quotable lines always make me laugh.

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  12. The best evereverever Midnight Cowboy....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lb5LdJ7cLc
    enjoy
    s.z.

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  13. I have seen "Gosford Park" at least 100 times. Clive Owen is so smart! Agatha-Christie-style-whodunnit. Fabulous.

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  14. Ooh, thats a tough one to answer! But I really really like Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind. I watch it regularly and I love it everytime!

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  15. Anders Thomas Jensen's Adams æbler or Night on Earth by Jim Jarmusch

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  16. So many to choose from, it's hard to pick just one! I do love the Big Lebowski for so many reasons, mostly though it's the Dude and his funny Zen way of being.

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  17. I love the old Hollywood classics, and I think my favorite must be Breakfast at Tiffanys. Must be the only film I prefer to the book behind the film. Maybe if the book came with a soundtrack so that I could listen to Moonriver in loop while reading ...

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  18. My favourite movie is Treasure Planet, it 's a Disney movie XD

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  19. My very favourite movie of all times is Mary Poppins. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  20. Too hard! I'll share my favorite movie of the last few years: Hunt for the Wilderpeople. The characters are goofy and lovable, the New Zealand mountains are gorgeous, and the story is so heartwarming. (Made my some of the Flight of the Concords people!)

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  21. My all-time favourite is Vicky Cristina Barcelona, I love Woody Allen's movies :)

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  22. Oh, thats tough. One of my favorites is "Science of sleep". With the giant hands. I love it! ♥

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  23. Hi Sandra, mine is "life is beautiful" by roberto benigni. makes me laugh and cry every time.
    Thank you for this nice give-away chance :)

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  24. This is a tough one. I think i´ll have to say Amelie. Because it is my all time favorite. at some point my favorite movie was Piano. It´s quite rough though. Oh, and i also loved Interstellar. Space intrigues me. :)

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  25. Hi Sandra,
    so sorry! I forgot my Name and mail :D
    It's Steffi, and my mail: stefanie.a.walz@web.de

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  26. I love the Irish movie "Waking Ned Devine". So cute and funny!

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  27. Dearest Sandra, as i like almost all scanfinavian movies Its difficult to choose. 'As it is in heaven' comes into my mind right now. I guess i need to see the second film that came out recently! Hope you get inspired and Yes, looking forward to wristworms

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  28. I can't pick just one! But maybe 3... "To kill a mockingbird" (about prejudice and justice); "Truly, madly, deeply" (music, love, loss, and getting through depression); "Still crazy" (just silly fun, about middle aged guys reviving their rock band, with Billy Connolly, Bill Nighy).

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  29. Hi Sandra!, thanks for this giveaway :)
    My favorite movie of all times is "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty". I know it isn't an award winner, but the feeling it gave me after watching it...I just wanted to jump of my seat and travel the world. I can still feel the goosebumps and that adrenaline and need to go everywhere.
    After watching it, my husband and I decided to go to Iceland, we were making all the arrangements and when it was time to purchase the plane tickets...I got pregnant <3 so, we decided to take that other journey first and then, someday, go with the twins.

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  30. My favorite movie is " Shara " by Naomi Kawase. It's very contemplative, yet touches me deeply, and i love the warm quiet mood of it...

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  31. Favorite movie is "Before Sunrise" by Richard Linkater. I love the stream of consciousness style script, and sometimes I put it in the background while I do other tasks. It's really lovely.

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  32. hello! my favorite movies has been already mentioned :( but my favorite lately is but lately I really enjoyed movie called Howl's castle!

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  33. What a nice pair of Wrist Worms!
    I choose "The Last Unicorn". Such a beautiful and sad movie.

    Mail: hotaru-yagami@gmx.de

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  34. Favorite movie is The Holiday with Jude Law, Cameron Diaz, Jack Black and Kate Winslet!! Would love to win your awesome wristworms!!!!

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  35. Those Wrist Worms of yours are just great - as are your blog and your instagram account; I really like your way of taking photographs.
    My all times favorites are Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Big Fish, and Pirates of the Caribbean (just the first one of course). I couldn't decide which one. I have seen them many, many times and so I will. All three make me happy when I'm down and encourage me when I just don't know it anymore. Try!
    Barbara

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  36. It is so difficult to choose just one but i would say Cinema Paradiso!

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  37. So hard to pick! The Grand Budapest Hotel is a beautiful and funny movie. I was obsessed with Thoroughly Modern Millie with Julie Andrews when i was a kid as well as The King And I, so i guess they have a special place too :)

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  38. Something nice that I saw last summer, "What we did on our Holiday" lovely film...It's so difficult to choose, so many!

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  39. My favourite movie is The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. I just love Bill Murray. <3
    Thanks for the give away!

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  40. I think Before sunrise but it's hard to decide which one is the best movie..

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  41. Interesting question!
    I would say the animated stop motion film "Coraline". The story is great and it is written by my favourite author Neil Gaiman.

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  42. Hmmmn...so hard to choose. But I have to admit a secret fondness for Practical Magic.

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  43. My favourite movie is and probably always will be Moonstruck from 1987...an Oldie but a goodie!😍😍😍

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  44. Mein Lieblingsfilm? Der Himmel über der Wüste" von Bertolucci
    LG
    Astrid

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  45. Oooooh – difficult one!

    I see that 'Only Lovers Left Alive' has been mentioned already, so I'd say 'Delicatessen' (France, 1991). It's a black comedy directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro.

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  46. Hi Sandra!
    My favourite movie of all times, is Pretty woman. And it comes by with a funny story as well.
    When I was 6 years old I could tell the entite subtitles because my grandmother had read it for me so many times. We could easily watch the movie 5 times a day if I was ill and she was watching over me.
    When people asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I was answering "pretty woman". Of cause I didn't know what her job actually was at the time, I just knew she found love and got picked up by a white limousine. As I got older, we could nothing but laugh of my interpretation but it still remains as my favourite movie till this day. Maybe it's about all the memories that comes along with it.

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  47. I think i have to say Into the Wild! It always make me want to just leave everything and go traveling the world. And because of that i dream of Alaska. Inspiring, beautiful, sad.

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  48. Liebe Sandra,
    die Wrist worms von dir trage ich in schwarz, gerne hätte ich noch ein paar im schönen Straußenfeder-greige ;-)
    Hier kommt mein Lieblingsfilm. Hm, eigentlich habe ich zwei, aber beim näheren Betrachten verbindet sie mindestens ein gemeinsames Thema...

    The Hours, 2002, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore
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    Orlando, 1992, Tilda Swinton

    In beiden Filmen verweben sich die Ebenen, Zeit, Ort, Leben (und Virginia Woolf)! Meine Präferenz gebe ich 'Orlando', weil er nicht nur schön ist sondern auch Witz hat und POP - und weil Tilda Swinton die '4. Wand' öffnet: sie blickt die Zuschauer an und spricht zu ihnen.

    Das Thema der Reise durch die Zeiten findet sich manchmal in unserem Leben wieder. Du hast in deinem letzten (berührenden) Blogpost beschrieben, woher du kommst, auch von den Samen. Ein Teil von mir stammt von Grönland, von den Inuit. In mir sehe ich es wenig, aber die Form der Augen meines Sohnes... da taucht es wieder auf.

    Hoffe, dass es ok ist, dass ich alles in Deutsch geschrieben habe... .

    Liebe Grüße,
    auf einen hübschen Latte ;-)
    Ariane

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  49. I like movies I've seen before in general but one of my favourite is Lost in translation by Sofia Coppola. I think its because there is no unnecessary words and everyone is slightly sad with no big reason.

    Thank you for the giveaway, hugs from snowy Warsaw
    Bzubzu


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  50. In November 2016, I saw Arrival movie. Amazing sci-fi! Arrival movie is about no dot of disconnect, except we draw a line with our minds.

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  51. It's so hard to choose a favorite, but my go to lately has been Obvious Child. It's so funny and poignant, and deals with the decision to have an abortion directly, frankly, and without shame. Directed and written by Gillian Robespierre and starring the inimitable Jenny Slate, this movie is my go-to whenever I'm feeling blue. Always perks me up!

    Thanks for doing this give away, and for your blog! It's been a fave of mine since the mid 2000s!

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  52. Hi Sandra, my favourite movie is The Shawshank Redemption I haven't watched it a million times. The reason for this I think is because want to savour it each time I watch it. The movie itself centres on the main characters struggle with prison life and how he never just gives up hoping that he would get out. My favourite line from the film is this and it still gives me goosebumps
    "I have to remind myself that some birds aren't meant to be caged. Their feathers are just too bright. And when they fly away, the part of you that knows it was a sin to lock them up does rejoice. Still, the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone. I guess I just miss my friend." :)

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    1. I hope you win 'cause you made me smile as images from "The Shawshank Redemption" flashed through my mind. Hope is the word of this decade. That movie teaches us to hold on to hope.

      Good luck!

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  53. Hi Sandra, for me, it's probably "Amélie" (french title :"Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain")
    Hugs
    Véronique

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  54. So many good recommendations! Any by Woody Allen makes me happy but my favourite is Manhattan Murder Mystery, sooo goood and funny!
    Recently I watched I, Daniel Blake and Manchester by the Sea and loved both (but really strong films, not so happy)

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  55. TAMPOPO you have to see it !!!
    You will love it !!!

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  56. It's very hard for me to choose a favourite movie, so I'll tell you about the last one I've watched that made it to my fave list. "Grave of the Fireflies", Isao Takahata animation about two kids surviving on their own in Japan during World War II. Very, very sad, but very, very beautiful!

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  57. My favourite movie of all times: Some like it hot by Gene Wilder. It's so funny, glamouros and also romantic! I love it so much, I watched it for Silvester this year, when I was too sick to go out, and it made staying at home feel really good. Oh, and it has the most perfect line ever for an ending: Nobody's perfect!
    Love your blog by the way, and I am so happy you are better&back to showing your beautiful pictures of our city!

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  58. Hi Sandra. My favourite movie has to be 'Amelie' it always brings a smile to my face!

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  59. Hello Sandra
    I have followed your Blog for ages – l Iove the photos and little narrative. It is also, not unlike my film – Paterson by Jim Jarmusch!

    Paterson follows the rhythm of an average life, nothing much happens, he goes to work to drive his bus, goes home to his wife, walks his dog and has a beer in the local bar and the day begins again. Except, Paterson observes and writes poetry and the nuances and ripples of mundane daily life, seen through Zen eyes, appear before us. Alchemy!

    When viewed this way, in the moment, life is transformed into a beautiful film and we can all act in the movie! The film is simple and it simply made me feel happy and alive.
    - Michael
    Ps I bought Wrist Worms from you a few years ago for my girlfriend. We are going to Berlin next month. If I win, I shall wear them with pride :))

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  60. Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson. Like the quirkiness, the aesthetics and the feeling of lost childhood.

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  61. Reading everyone's favourite films was so fun! My favourite movie used to be "Boy", but now it's "Hunt for the Wilderpeople", both by a great director, Taika Waititi.

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  62. What a great idea! I love your wrist worms!
    I also love the movie „Ein Freund von mir“ by Sebastian Schipper. It’s about Karl, a left-brained mathematician who starts working for a car rental company and meets Hans, a hyperactive crazy person who loves life. The two end up becoming friends and doing all kinds of crazy things together. I love this movie because I think that everyone has these two sides inside of them – the logical, structured one and the crazy, artistic one.
    As a creative, artistic child growing up with 100% logical-thinking engineer parents, I can relate. My left-brained and right-brained side constantly fight each other, and I'm always trying to make them friends again :-D
    I love your blog by the way, your photos and your work are so inspiring! Keep up the good work!

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  63. Trying to pick just one movie is hard. However, Out of Africa stands out as one of my favorites. The beautiful scenery, the wonderful acting, and the overall story make it a movie that I watch over and over again.

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  64. All About Eve is an incredible movie and an expert performance by Bette Davis in her prime. I can't recommend it enough.

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  65. The movie Moonlight (which just came out not long ago) is so beautiful, sad, and complicated. I saw it in the theater once and I'll go back to see it again....

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  66. Hard to pick one, indeed. I think I'll say Dead Man by Jarmusch. Timeless, sometimes funny, unobvious, intense. And this music by Neil Young!

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  67. Most beautiful-profound-meaningful, worth seeing movie ever: "spring, summer, autumn, winter, spring". Don't miss it!
    Love yr blog + work ✨🙏😊✨

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  68. Well...it is Amélie. Why? Because I had one really difficult exam and that movie helped me to stay normal. :) Really.

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  69. Hi Sandra.
    My favorite movie is Kiki's delivery service by Hayao Miyazaki. I remember going to the movie theater in Tokyo with my mom in 1989 - wow that's 28 years ago?! I have watched this many many times and now my daughter watches with me.
    I would love to win your wrist worms as it is going to be cooler soon here in New Zealand! xx

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  70. "The Great Beauty" (Italian) would be the latest favourite. Happy Friday Sandra!

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  71. Hola Sandra!
    As a big fan of Almodovar films it is difficult to choose one...Volver capture my heart with its warmth, liveliness, laughter..overwhelming!
    Hugs!

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  72. Hi Sandra!
    First movie that came into my mind was "Now is good", and also a spicy comedy "Man up".Also i love everything directed by Tim Burton:D

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  73. Letter to three wives
    Joseph Mankiewicz
    I've seen it many times... Each time I hope I will see the woman behind the voice and I never remember with which of the 3 husbands she went away.
    I love how he uses sounds, voices... Love the actors, the beautiful clothes, the black and white...
    I hope you'll enjoy if you see it !!!
    and I love your wrist worms.. Was just thinking about getting a pair for a very good friend of mine who draw all the time by all weathers !
    I enjoy mine so much, he must have a pair !

    thanks for your blog, I always enjoy a tour in Berlin or Sweden :-)

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  74. I love the notebook <3

    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  75. Hello,
    My favorite movie is "Pane e Tulipani" or 'Bread and Tulips' if translated to English. I love it, it is about important things in life. (web@brinomi.com.br)
    Cheers!

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  76. My favorite movie is The Third Man - Joseph Cotton, Valli, Orson Welles and the most stunning cinematography and music you ever did see or hear:)

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  77. Greetings!
    Wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your blog, I so love the glimpses into your world. Your creations are beautiful! Favourite movies of mine: Amélie, Whale Rider, Léon: The Professional, Big Fish. There are so many, it is tough to choose one. Enjoy these lovely Winter days. Take care, Melanie

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  78. Hi Sandra,
    I adore"Rushmore" by Wes Anderson- that's my all time favourite movie. "Wild at Heart" is very close though.
    Kasia (k.sawa@vp.pl)

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  79. My favorite movie is from Theo Angelopoulos : "Ulysse's gaze" , "Le regard d'Ulysse";
    Magnificent, great, poetic, unique... Grand prix at Cannes festival.
    Thanks for your blog Sandra. You are poetic too and I love it. Please never give up.
    Alberte ammouries@free.fr

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  80. My favourite film which was a really difficult decision but the one which I have watched the most is "The Piano " because of the great acting, and the music, I'm always drawn to it again and again, look forward to reading and seeing new photos on your blog, and would be really thrilled to receive your amazing wrist worms.

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  81. Hi Sandra,
    I´ve been a silent reader of your blog for a couple of years now...I just love your pictures and am really happy you´re posting more often :-)
    To choose a favourite film is difficult as I enjoy very much going to the cinema...but I´ll go for Amelie and newly, Paterson. Life is a poetry...
    Happy Sunday!
    Lucy
    lucyrattia@hotmail.com
    PS: One of your prints decorates my wall and whenever I see it, it makes me smile

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  82. hello Sandra ! Thanks for this beautiful giveaway. My favourite movie is "scent of a woman" ... hope you fell better now and happy Sunday ! chris cb.venus579@laposte.net

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  83. Hello! My favorite is Duncan Jones' film "Moon" - it is beautiful, funny and sad... Now that i think about it, it's about time i re-watched it :) have a fantastic sunday!

    /Hanne (hanne.rost@gmail.com)

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  84. As for me there is no special No. 1. One of my favorite films is "Eat Drink Man Woman" by Ang Lee. (Love films that show the preparation of food ...)
    But since I've just read your previous post about where you come from and your sami heritage I cannot get the film "Pathfinder" (1987) out of my mind which is based on an old sami legend. Your last post made me think immediately about it and it's also in my top ten of most beloved films. I'm touched and thrilled every time again when I watch it. (Love films that show adventures in snow and ice ...)
    Regards from Hamburg - Beate

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  85. Uhoh, hard to say but i think it's "blow" with Johnny Depp! I Love the Music and the Outfits!


    Sandra.gau(at)hotmail.de

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