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Poll: This is Not a Belgian Poll...

Celebrating Belgian culture and Belgium in general, a small country that provided a few international and widely known and loved icons (and it's not about quantity, but quality).

Which of these 10 representants of Belgium that, in a way or another, graced the big and the small screen with their presence or their work, is your favorite?

I excluded food (beer, chocolate, French fries, mussels, waffles) and monuments (Atomimum, Manekenpis...) and non-screen celebrities, otherwise the list would be too long

Discuss here

PS: the title is a wink to the great surrealist artist René Magritte.

Make Your Choice

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    The Adventures of Tintin (1991)

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    #2

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    Lucky Luke: Ballad of the Daltons (1978)

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    JCVD (2008)

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    #5

    Although Bruges is the setting, it is so integral to the film's narrative and atmosphere that it can be considered as a 'character'.
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    Man Bites Dog (1992)

    This options applies to the movie and/or its star: Benoit Poelvoorde.
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    The Smurfs (1981)

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    Far West (1973)

    Jacques Brel, one of the most emblematic and iconic French singers (French as a language) whose 'Port d'Amsterdam' penetrating song inspired a magnificent remake from the late David Bowie.
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    Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne

    The Dardenne brothers
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    Waterloo (1970)

    The battle that changed the face of the world, and from Napoleon's standpoint, became a synonym of 'defeat' and 'surrendering', inspiring a famous ABBA song.

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