They are both movies. One is American, from 1977, and it's about extraterrestrial life communicating with humans for the first time. The other is French, from 1987, and it's about a guy who is trying to get water to his property, but his neighbor has been sabotaging his efforts.
@Alba-Traoz They're both from Notting Hill. I don't get the exact meaning of that sentence. She asked his take on the movie. And he answered that I thought it was Close Encounters meets Jean de Florette. Is this natural? What does this sentence mean really. I'm confused
@uniyuni I'm sorry, without watching Notting Hill again, I don't think I'd be able to remember what the reference meant. I do know that the two films he refers to are *very* different from each other, so I'll think it may just be a joke in the sense that no movie would be like a cross between the two films he mentioned. It's a ridiculous statement.
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