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Unfortunately dubbing has a long tradition in Germany

Rolfina
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Nov 9 2012, 7:21am


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Unfortunately dubbing has a long tradition in Germany [In reply to] Can't Post

People are used to it from early on, and so the oddness of having German dialogue laid over lips that speak English (or French) is lost to the people here. People don't notice it, because they don't know it any other way. Suggesting to change it to screening movies in Original with Subtitles would cause a big uproar here. For most movies (like anything "Hollywood") I don't really mind it myself. But for anything where the dialogue and the language becomes part of the story, the dubbing just won't do. Luckily we have one screen in town that shows the original versions (used to be more), and there are some Pay TV channels where you can chose the original language. But the fraction of people who prefer original language over dubbed versions is disappointingly small.

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some new images and new trailer final (italian) KAOS82 Send a private message to KAOS82 Nov 9 2012, 12:59am
    Nothing new there i'm afraid. Estel78 Send a private message to Estel78 Nov 9 2012, 1:09am
        sorry KAOS82 Send a private message to KAOS82 Nov 9 2012, 1:46am
            I have no clue why anyone would want to listen to a dub for live action films waaimasjien Send a private message to waaimasjien Nov 9 2012, 2:03am
                Very much agreed Lusitano Send a private message to Lusitano Nov 9 2012, 2:14am
                    Unfortunately dubbing has a long tradition in Germany Rolfina Send a private message to Rolfina Nov 9 2012, 7:21am
                I know KAOS82 Send a private message to KAOS82 Nov 9 2012, 2:20am
                    well Lusitano Send a private message to Lusitano Nov 9 2012, 2:25am
                    What a coincident, the german Gandalf also died. Estel78 Send a private message to Estel78 Nov 9 2012, 2:55am
                    I have to say though that the Italians are pretty much the best at dubbing ... Arandir Send a private message to Arandir Nov 9 2012, 4:48pm
                There's no choice in Italy Shelob'sAppetite Send a private message to Shelob'sAppetite Nov 9 2012, 4:59am
            yes it was very sad about Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Nov 10 2012, 12:16am
                Yup Shelob'sAppetite Send a private message to Shelob'sAppetite Nov 10 2012, 4:35am
                    I like Barbalbero and Granburrone Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Nov 10 2012, 5:15pm
                        Oh yes, great examples! Shelob'sAppetite Send a private message to Shelob'sAppetite Nov 10 2012, 7:36pm
                            I enjoy finding out the latin origins Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Nov 11 2012, 12:33am
                                I wonder what the Italians will call the bunny sled? Lusitano Send a private message to Lusitano Nov 11 2012, 1:17am
                                    Perhaps it will simply be Shelob'sAppetite Send a private message to Shelob'sAppetite Nov 11 2012, 1:59am
                                coniglio carrello? Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Nov 11 2012, 1:41am
    I love the italian language Lusitano Send a private message to Lusitano Nov 9 2012, 1:47am

 
 
 

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