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loads of people talk with the accent of the area they were brought up in - London, Leeds...whatever
capullo wrote:i've learned english in south london (beckenham). have i a fake english accent then or am i supposed to keep a swiss accent even though i was living in england? what is a non-fake english accent for a non-native english speaker?
Rootsman wrote:"the danger of Islam", no further comment necessary
crazeebo wrote:we'll be posting some mood snippets and more photos soon. and don't forget, the movie is not finished yet! we need to get these 60'000 dollars on http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/132 ... h-the-film to actually finalize it!!! and if we would be rich we wouldn't have a kickstarter project....we'd finance the bloody thing. so every donation is helpful....
KingSimeonSound wrote:What struck me a lot was the way Alborosie seemed to use a lot of manorisms, even how he sat and the speech he used was more in line with someone who took a lot from Bob. Add to that some casual comments on bigger issues, but without suggesting anything more....
anyway, I am keen to watch more, so will be interested to see it completed, the production values are spot on, comfortably the best presented footage filmed so far in JA.
johnnyB wrote:And the "identity" issue is not so obvious in my opinion,above all if it's discussed by two white singjays who made their way in such a peculiar environment as jamaican music/society.
Varese wrote:Given it's written on the website for the film you're producing, I think asking you is definitely to the point. Your beliefs really have nothing to do with it!
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