bobine qui ne revient pas

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09:21 May 24, 2018
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French to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
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French term or phrase: bobine qui ne revient pas
In un'intervista al delegato di Cannes pubblicata su Le Figaro, viene fatta la domanda "une bobine qui ne vous revient pas?" Al che lui risponde "ça ne me revient pas justement". Vuol dire semplicemente "una faccia che non riesce a ricordare?" "non me la ricordo, appunto"?
Non sono certa di aver afferrato bene. C'è qualche gioco su "ne me revient pas"?

Vi do un altro paio di domande e risposte per il contesto:

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Pierrot le Fou, de Jean-Luc Godard, ou Fanny et Alexandre, d'Ingmar Bergman.
Celui où vous auriez aimé apparaître?
Les Camarades, de Mario Monicelli.
Le film que vous n'avez toujours pas compris?
Mullholand Drive, de David Lynch. Et je ne veux surtout pas qu'on m'explique.
Une bobine qui ne vous revient pas?
Ça ne me revient pas, justement...
Grifone
Italy


Summary of answers provided
4Una pellicola che ha dimenticato
Matteo Galbusera


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18 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5
Una pellicola che ha dimenticato


Explanation:
Bobina per pellicola
Revenir potrebbe anche essere 'appartenere' - ...che non le appartiene più
Ma credo si tratti invece di ricordare, guarda qui per 'je me souviens':

http://www.larousse.fr/dictionnaires/francais/revenir/69087/...

Matteo Galbusera
United Kingdom
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