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I'm going to take a stab, and say that it is "The Ref", with Denis Leary and Kevin Spacey, released in 1994. It's about a criminal that gets stuck in a house with a dysfunctional family at Christmas, and it is actually a very funny dark comedy. Denis Leary kidnaps the couple to their own home after a botched robbery, and during the movie various other ...


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When looking at IMDb only, there are many hints that it was dubbed. First of all, the list of releases as also mentioned in santu47's answer lists an entry USA 6 August 1999 (limited) (dubbed version) So there seems to have been a dubbed English version, even if that was not the only version released in the US, seeing that the list also has entries ...


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As of my research in the web, I just found it's the same movie from Italy dubbed into many languages across the world. You can see the complete list of releases of this movie across the world at this IMDB link.


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It appears he doesn't actually say anything, just moves his mouth as though trying to process what has just transpired and failing to formulate a thought / comment. I think dumbfounded exasperation is more likely than an excised bit of dialogue. From the script: JERRY But you don't understand! (he rips off his wig; in a male voice) ...


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It depends how much "artistic license" you give the the camera operator. For example, if you storyboard the shots, or even do computerized previsualization, there will be very little interpretation on the part of the camera operators and so the audience won't be able to tell the difference. But if you let the camera operators decide how to shoot the scenes, ...


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This is the scene in question: Knock, knock. Jerry: Hey. Katie: Hey. Jerry: l warmed up some of your favorite ice cream. Strawberry. Katie: That's your favorite ice cream. Jerry: Yeah, well, you got here early. I didn't have time to go shopping. I took this to mean he's being playful with her. He offers her the ice cream and jokingly refers ...


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The show was on-air before Richard's story line so there is a chance he already knew of the stalkers. But, as you can hear in this sound-byte, SubZero is introduced in detail so Richards could have simply heard/seen it then. Related: In the book, Richards willingly goes to the network which is where he learns about everything (including the stalkers) ...



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