At the Flicks


054: Foreign Language Films

For this podcast short Neil dares to be different.

In a bold move, he seized control of the order paper making Graham and Jeff listen to him for the entire day. Luckily we were able to distil that working day down to its most interesting parts as Neil tells us over and over again, about his love for foreign films.

In a vein effort to get Jeff to watch more cultured films, Neil compares foreign language classics to their English remakes. He waxes lyrical on the beauty of Infernal Affairs, Let The Right One In and Oldboy. Jeff talks about The Departed, Let Me In and, oh yes, Oldboy!

Rather than our usual banter, this is a much more cultured affair with some fascinating points about different film cultures, remakes and language. Perhaps we should let Neil take over more often, what do you think?

We hope you enjoy this rather different pod short from your At The Flicks team. Please tell us where you stand in regard to this interesting discussion.


Below are the trailers for the four films and their remakes that featured in this Podcast.

Infernal Affairs

The Departed

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo – Swedish Original

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – US Remake

Let The Right One In

Let Me In

Oldboy – Korean Original

Oldboy – US Remake

Friends and Thanks

The At the Flicks team would like to thank the following groups, people and friends who make the show possible: At The Flicks, are fans of:

Steve Wright From Cineworld’s excellent podcast on gaming, movies and other topics can be found here https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/wright-on-the-mike-wright-on-the-mike-20wHFd_-1ZY/

Darren’s blog and writings on film years can be found here https://halfguarded.com/ (under Dazza)

Lucy’s site can be found here: https://lucygoestohollywood.com/

For listeners living in the West Country, we would recommend; The Stroud Film Society. Information about this local group of film aficionados can be found here.

Many thanks to the artist Silent Partner for our Podcast Music. You can find more by the exceptional Silent Partner on the YouTube Audio Library.

Films and TV Shows mentioned in this Podcast:

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