The psychologist is Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis), who is shot one night in his home by an intruder, a man who had been his patient years earlier and believes he was wrongly treated. The man then turns the gun on himself. \"The next fall,\" as the subtitles tell us, we see Crowe mended in body but perhaps not in spirit, as he takes on a new case, a boy named Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment) who exhibits some of the same problems as the patient who shot at him. Maybe this time he can get it right.
There have been, to date, many variations of the end credit sequence, beginning with the 35 mm general release, where Coppola elected to show the credits superimposed over shots of the jungle exploding into flames. The explosions were from the detonations of the sets. Rental prints circulated with this ending, and can be found in the hands of a few collectors. Some versions had the subtitle \"A United Artists release\", while others had \"An Omni Zoetrope release\". The network television version of the credits ended with \"... from MGM/UA Entertainment Company\" (as it made its network debut shortly after the merger of MGM and UA). Another variation of the end credits can be seen on both YouTube and as a supplement on the current Lionsgate Blu-ray.
The Audio: Just as a warning: on the backs of the slimcases for Book II, in small print there is a warning that the music may differ from the televised version. I don't have a photographic memory of the original airing, so I can't say what's been altered; I leave that up to the Rich Man, Poor Man: The Complete Collection experts. Otherwise, the Dolby Digital English split 2.0 stereo mix is adequate, but bland. Recording level is decent. Close-captions and subtitles are not available.
Hi Jon, Great to have you back to give us some winter cheer!Caravan aka Caravane (1934) by Erik Charell.This is the version with Charles Boyer and Annabella, not to be confused with the film of the same name and year with Charles Boyer and Loretta Young.My alternate is the Marcel Pagnol film, Jofroi also made in 1934.I think the problem with both of these may be about finding find English subtitles.
I attempted to find English subtitles to pair with the original audio, but to no avail. The dubbed version would be more than fine.Thank you so much, Jon! I deeply appreciate your help.Thanks once more for all the hard work you do.
Added to the queue.Be aware that the English subs will probably not be very good as this seems to be the case for most HK and Chinese films that include English subtitles in their retail DVD/Bluray releases.
Godzilla vs. Kong was released theatrically in Japan by Toho. It was initially scheduled for May 14, but was pushed back to July 2 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was released with both a Japanese-language dub and in its original English audio with Japanese subtitles. Like Godzilla: King of the Monsters before it, the film received its own Japanese tie-in song: \"INTO THE DEEP\" by the band MAN WITH A MISSION. Shun Oguri, like Ken Watanabe in the previous two MonsterVerse Godzilla films, provided the Japanese voice for his character Ren Serizawa. The film's Japanese dub also features Kazuhiro Yamaji, who previously voiced the character Endurph in the GODZILLA anime trilogy, as the voice of Walter Simmons.
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