Hi everyone, I am new to the forums. I recently bought Fellini's 8 1/2 (my first Criterion [!]) and was wondering about the dubbing. I know that Fellini didn't care much about making lips match up to the actors because his films were shot silently (as were most Italian films of the time). But the dubbing on my disc seems blatantly off; there appears to be a half-second delay on every line spoken. Is this normal on this disc or is mine defective? I wrote to Criterion and they told me that Fellini just didn't care, but I was wondering if it's supposed to be that every line of dialogue comes in about a half second before the lips of the actors start moving. Thanks!