or maybe:La Mala Educación
Btw, John, the "Data" that solved Lost in Translation is me. sorry for the confusion.
No problem, I was going to ask you because I thought as much - I've updated it.
Only one person has got this one? I guess everyone is as stumped as me, so I think we need another clue.
I've drawn a blank.
Hmmm. Surely that's the point though - after the last one I thought I'd do something a bit trickier. It's not mega-obscure or anything.I can say that the clue isn't a quote it's an 'opposite pun' on the title...
La mala educación...Almodóvar's film :)
i think that was pretty easy to be honest, but then again I love Almodovar, and I rarely get here in time these days
JPT gave it away, but I'll go ahead and put this in there La Mala Educación
those of you sharp enough will realise he just used my post to give you another clue...
La Mala educación
Thanks JPT, btw.
Ha - well that was fun.Right, in future no more second clues - I think people should have to work a bit. That said...B-B-B-B-Bing!
When i saw this one i immediately thought some kind of submarine movie. That just really looked like a view from a periscope to me. But knowing what it is now, i really like how the feet are separate and really stand out.
Thanks, John.You know, this site helps me get thru the work day better. =)
Ha ha - surely the ultimate compliment?