Talk:The Black Sheep (1992 film)

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Disambiguation[edit] we need a disambig for this? There has been quite a notable song recently in French in favour of opposition against the EU Constitution....seeing how France is about to vote "no", shouldn't it be noted? -- Natalinasmpf 22:53, 28 May 2005 (UTC)

Hello there. As creator of & main contributor to this article, I don't really have a problem with this. Would you be willing to create an article on the song or, if not enough can be said to make a full-fledged article, could you write a substantial sum-up on the disambiguation page? Thanks for your suggestion. --Liberlogos 01:50, 29 May 2005 (UTC)
Hmm, so is it okay with you if I move this page to Le Mouton noir (documentary)? -- Natalinasmpf 03:14, 30 May 2005 (UTC)
I'm quite okay with a move. But since there is only one film with that name (that we plan to discuss on Wikipedia, for now), would not the Wikipedia standard be Le Mouton noir (movie)? --Liberlogos 05:59, 30 May 2005 (UTC)
Well, although its in a movie sort of style (from what I see), its trying to bring across a message in a "matter-of-fact" sort of attitude rather than with an artistic message, right? I mean, we might as well categorise it as such if we've thought of it as such anyway? -- Natalinasmpf 22:21, 30 May 2005 (UTC)

Use of the Phrase Le Mounton noir[edit]

I wondered if the phrase Le Mounton noir had any significance or history outside of the title of this documentary. I've read some francophone commentators writing in English who seem to use it like it might have a certain currency or meaning in Quebec. Any light you might be able to shed on this would give greater context for the article --Simon.Pole 11:34, 11 Jun 2005 (UTC)