Originally Posted by Fredrik
Good to see you posting again Airboss, but how do you get the time to watch all these movies ?
I'm not complaining since I get some good tips, especially since you seem to enjoy foreign movies as well.
Even though I'm from Sweden it tend to be news about swedish movies and US movies, everything else is by my own research and word of mouth.
So thanks for sharing.
By the way, which one of these came first or are they seperate storys but with the same character ?
L'instinct de mort
L'ennemi public n°1
Seems like the imdb plot text is the same or almost the same between the two.
"L'instinct de mort" - Public Enemy Number One (Part 1) was released first followed by "L'ennemi public n°1" - Public Enemy Number One (Part 2).
It gets confusing since they both have similar names.
"L'instinct de mort" aka
Mesrine: Killer Instinct (UK) (USA)
Mesrine: L'instinct de mort (France) (poster title)
Mesrine: Part 1 - Death Instinct (International: English title)
Nemico pubblico n. 1 - L'istinto di morte (Italy)
Public Enemy Number One (Part 1) (International: English title)
"L'ennemi public n°1" aka
Mesrine: Public Enemy No. 1 (UK) (USA)
Mesrine: Public Enemy Number One (UK/USA) (alternative spelling)
Mesrine - L'ennemi public n° 1 (France) (poster title)
Mesrine: L'ennemi public n° 1 (France) (promotional title)
Mesrine: Part 2 - Public Enemy #1 (International: English title)
Mesrine: Part II - Public Enemy #1 (International: English title)
Public Enemy No. 1, Part 2 (International: English title)
I like part one the best, but both are good. Part two picks up where part one leaves off (actually they overlap a little).
BTW have you seen any of the Millennium trilogy films; "Män som hatar kvinnor
", "Flickan som lekte med elden
" or "Luftslottet som sprängdes
"? I've seen the first two and I really enjoyed both. Haven't had the opportunity to see the last one yet but from what I've read it should be a nice finish to the trilogy.
I've seen two release dates for the Swedish DVD/Blu Ray "Luftslottet som sprängdes", 3 March and 15 March 2010; not sure which is the correct date but if I can find some English subtitles I plan on ordering it.