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I can catch just a few words from this clip (10 sec). Would you be so kind as to help me?

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13823768/sound.wma

Here's what I hear:

Reminds me of that psycho in ?. It's an homage ? in the commentary ? cinematic allusion ? I'm sure.

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    I heard it like this: "(Oh, that) reminds me of that psycho in, um, Don't Look Now." "Don't Look Now." "Yeah." "It's (how much.)" "How much." "How much we could smoke." "(Who's) in the commentary (with--um) like this cinematic illusion." -- I parenthesized the parts I'm less sure about, and I'm a non-native speaker. – Damkerng T. Apr 12 '15 at 11:58
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    @Damkerng T. +1 for Don't look now – user6951 Apr 12 '15 at 13:20
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A: (?)... reminds me of that psycho in, um--
B: Don't look now
A: Don't look now.
A: Yeah
{both laughing}
C: It's an homage
A: ...an homage
B: An homage (garbled something) to Nicolas Roeg
{laughing}
B: Those listening to the commentary will, will like these cinematic, uh, allusions, I'm sure...

(Credit to Damkerng T. for Don't look now and to user18807 for to Nicolas Roeg).

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δοῦλος's answer is nearly complete already, but just for the last words, the 'garbled' sentence is: "An homage to Nicolas Roeg."

  • +1 Heh, I guess he directed Don't look now. I wonder if I had looked up that movie before now if I would have heard Nicolas Roeg. I'm putting him in my answer for the sake of completeness. My post can be changed to a Community Post if that's allowable. – user6951 Apr 12 '15 at 17:49
  • I actually looked up the list of directors and actors, and I couldn't make out what he was saying. Well done! – Sanchises Apr 12 '15 at 18:24

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