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15 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Léon

We like these calm little moments before an article. It reminds us of Beethoven. Can you hear it?  

Honestly? Us neither, but we've managed to crowbar one of the coolest lines in movie history into our intro, and that's good enough for us. Enjoy. 

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