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Fifth Element - R2 German disk

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  1. Desticado

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    Im looking to buy the R2 German disk of 'Fifth Element'

    According to Rewind its the best disk to get due to the inclusion of DTS ES and DD EX.

    Cany anyone reccommend where to get this disk from or indeed comment on if it is the best disk to get?

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    aaahhhh

    everything is in Euros....
     
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    é30.99 !!!!!

    And thats for the British Import......


    BUGGER
     
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    60p = €1

    so at €31 = about £17
     
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    Don't confuse this with the "Deluxe Widescreen Edition" which sells at EUR31 and does not contain the 6.1 soundtracks!
     
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    Thanks.

    I've got a friend dropping by later that speaks German....
    I'll get him to translate the order pages for me....
     
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    I bought from them (Atlantis by Luc Besson) and because I'd used amazon.co.uk before the ordering process was really straighforward. No translation necessary. Also - if you do encounter any problems you could try altavista translations http://babel.altavista.com

    If THAT doesn't work you could use the english and german sites side by side as they have the same layout. Just don't hit the final place order button on the english site!

    Hope that helps
    Alex
     

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