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Let the Right One In is advertised as a vampire movie, which is
understandable since Eli is one of the best portrayals of a vampire in
movie history. Read more
As I watched this Art house supernatural horror tale at the movies I cannot comment on the quality (or lack) of the DVD version. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Lynette McClenaghan
This is the right one. The American remake is the same - but the same.
The Swedes know less is more. Read more
I saw this on cable and decided to purchase to watch again. This is a different spin on a vampire story. Not for everyone, but I enjoyed it.Published 19 days ago by Edward L. Myers
I saw this on tv last night and really enjoyed it. It was dubbed in English. A young boy is tortured by bullies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ann Sherry
This is an excellent movie. Really about the characters and not about horror. This turns into a touching, heartfelt story, which is amazing for this genre.Published 1 month ago by TOM J.
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|How do you interpret the ending of the movie?||
I think your interpretation is entirely accurate. Eli is "developing" Oskar for the role as her new consort. Hakan has forfeited that role by his ineptitude. In Hakan we see Oskar's future; in Oskar we see Hakan's past. So there is a weirdly sinister overtone to what appears to be... Read More
May 11, 2009 by H. F. Gibbard | See all 24 posts
Above the Frequently Bought Together it says:
Subtitle Details: This product features the theatrical version of English subtitles.
Jun 20, 2012 by TVN | See all 3 posts
|Has anyone received the correct version from amazon?||
No...it's too risky. Magnolia hasn't done a full blown correction plan for the DVD. I actually found the corrected DVD at Barnes & Noble. Sure it cost $26.99+ $2.23(tax)=$29.22, but the way Magnolia has done it...seems I have to physically get it to be safe. Magnolia has corrected the DVD, here's... Read More
Jul 27, 2009 by Steven Chaverria | See all 50 posts
|Amazon now selling the Blu-ray version with Theatrical Subtitles!||
Indeed. Just got the Blu-ray from amazon, and it has the theatrical subtitles.
Jan 23, 2010 by M. Kirchhoff | See all 10 posts
Like others, I was taken aback when I discovered that the DVD subtitles were different from the subtitles in the theatrical release (I was fortunate to be able to download the latter online). But I did a little research using an online Swedish-to-English dictionary, and the fact is NEITHER... Read More
Mar 16, 2009 by N.R. Gasan | See all 37 posts
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