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Q: A term for a animation style used in anime

Mr. ManagerI'm watching some anime on netflix. Is there a term for when the characters get real emotional they are suddenly animated as cutesy almost childlike versions of themselves? Then they go right back?

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Q: Was Johnston (Emperor's Scottish tutor) supposed to be speaking in Mandarin all the time? [The Last Emperor]

Kenny LJThe Last Emperor is mostly in English, but it is meant to be understood that this is simply being translated for the benefit of the movie viewer, usually from Mandarin (I think). Was Reginald Fleming Johnston (the Emperor's tutor) supposed to be speaking in Mandarin most of the time (when he was...

 
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Q: Old French movie/series

thinkingLong shot - was either a French movie or television series where the villain (a girl who looks like Bridgette Wilson) injects a syringe into people to kill them with some drug. One scene, she kidnaps an older woman who finds out her plans.

 
@MovieReel Is this really off-topic? I initially worried about the "do you think" part, but we've had questions in the past that were also about hypothesising future events, like
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Q: How did Sherlock survive the fall?

Senthil KumarIn Sherlock, BBC Series, Season 2 Episode 3 - The Reichenbach Fall, how did Sherlock survive the fall? I've read some theories online regarding this, but in this interview, Steven Moffat says "There is a clue everybody's missed". He also says "Yes. We had to have Holmes dying in Watson's arms – a...

 
 
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Q: Movie or tv serie with an awesome wedding reception on rooftop / Father has an attack after reception Probably 0late 90's-2009

CalouteThis is a movie (Or it even might be a tv show) probably around late 90's or up to 09. There is a very nice wedding reception on may be a rooftop (Or at least outside), there are a lot of lights, may be blue and white, and it is awesomely decorated (Nearly futuristic), I cannot remember the story...

 
 
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Q: What did "The Ring" (リング, Ringu) in the original Japanese version refer to?

Kenny LJThe usual Chinese title for the original Japanese movie is 午夜凶鈴 which might be transliterated roughly as "Midnight Evil/Bad Ring" where the Chinese word "ring" here is without ambiguity referring specifically to the sound a phone or a bell makes. I hence always thought "The Ring" referred to the...

 

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