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Mar 10, 2021

[Answer] Which sci-fi thriller's alien language is actually the sound from rubbing a pumpkin?

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...1. "Alien" 2. "Men in Black" 3. "Independence Day" 4. "District 9"




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"District 9" - “District 9” (2009) was director Neill Blomkamp’s first feature film. It follows the confinement of an alien race on Earth. After a UFO appears over Johannesburg, South Africa in 1982, the aliens are corralled in a camp called — you guessed it — District 9. Two decades later, when the aliens are being relocated, one of them intends to escape with his son and head home. The idea was partially inspired by an apartheid-era camp located in Cape Town, called District 6. The aliens in the film speak with clicking sounds. Surprisingly, these sounds were produced by rubbing a pumpkin.:


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