History Film / AguirreTheWrathOfGod

23rd Jun '15 9:50:33 AM LordGro
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23rd Jun '15 9:46:47 AM LordGro
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Not Drool Hello, as there is no monster involved and he just sees the blood dripping on some leaves; it's not dripping on himself.
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23rd Jun '15 9:34:19 AM DatLonerGirl
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22nd Jun '15 7:05:21 PM Pallo
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7th Jun '15 12:36:46 AM LordGro
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A skull (Schädel) is a bone in your body, also called cranium. The Death's Head (Totenkopf) is the stylized image of the fleshless skull of a dead person, used as a symbol of death. Unless you are not a skeleton, your skull is not a Totenkopf. The monkeys are so called because the white marks on their faces resemble the Death's Head. The translation "skull monkeys" is wrong (every vertebrate has a skull). The whole example rests on the assumed symbolism of the monkeys signifying death (they appear in the very last scene, when Aguirre and his companions are all either dead or doomed), and that assumed symbolism rests entirely on the Death's Head in the monkey's name. "Skulls" don't signify anything. But since the whole example is stretching the definition of Bilingual Bonus, I am moving this to dicussion.
6th Jun '15 1:43:11 PM pmzzo
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9th May '15 4:23:14 PM Odon
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21st Feb '15 6:13:25 AM Pallo
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9th Feb '15 2:53:00 AM jackthehack
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17th Jan '15 12:11:26 AM DeepRed
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