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  1. schizzapuff Senior Member

    New York City
    United States English
    Le metteur-en-scène voyage en Algerie. Apres avoir recueilli des images ordinaires, il procède au fantasia (à chevaux). Il commence par:

    Mais c'est à la fantasia que je tiens le plus.

    The other contextual paragraphs I could include before and after what I wrote don't really help with context, so please let me know what you can figure out from this small quote.

    Could this possibly mean that he gets the best footage at the fantasia? Or that he is the most eager to film the fantasia?


    Thanks,
    Nick
     
  2. david314

    david314 Senior Member

    Clayton, Missouri
    American English
    I think that's your answer: tenir à / to be fond of, to like -according to Merriam-Webster's F.E.
     
  3. schizzapuff Senior Member

    New York City
    United States English
    thank you!
     

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