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Comments about the soundtrack for The Thomas Crown Affair (Bill Conti)
Interrogation by Catherine Banning

R. E. Morris
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Sibylle
Interrogation by Catherine Banning   Tuesday, May 16, 2006 (8:26 p.m.) 

No comment about the score;however, does anyone know what Catherine Banning was saying when she was interrogating one of the pseudo-heist stooges in teh police station? I don't know what language she was using - sounded Germanic to me.

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R. E. Morris
Re: Interrogation by Catherine Banning   Thursday, February 22, 2007 (2:14 p.m.) 

it's romanian
during the interrogagion she threatens him with the Securitate, Communist ruler Nicolae Ceaušescu's secret police

> No comment about the score;however, does anyone know what Catherine
> Banning was saying when she was interrogating one of the pseudo-heist
> stooges in teh police station? I don't know what language she was using -
> sounded Germanic to me.



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