Does anyone have any idea what the difference between the two DD 5.1 tracks on the Bloody Sunday DVD is? The dialogue seemed to be a (very) little bit more understandable at times while watching the domestic track (I watched only the first 25 minutes with the UK track engaged), but the dialogue also seemed to be louder in the mix and often sounded like it peaked a lot or was excessively compressed; my audio engineer friend suggested that the track may have been remixed with gain adjusted/applied. I was just curious, especially as you do not often see a DVD with two tracks in (presumably) the same language where one is not (as far as I could tell) dubbed or otherwise altered in terms of content. Then again, that may be the difference between the two, and a good job was then done. The movie, BTW, is one of the best of 2002; far superior to the movie with which it is most often compared, Black Hawk Down , in terms of both emotional content as well as the seeming veracity of depictions and the ability of the filmmakers to at all times provide the audience with unparalleled sense of the mechanics and geography of a very chaotic event.