Finding Nemo French version?

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  1. Stephane

    Stephane Stunt Coordinator

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    I picked up my copy of Finding Nemo yesterday and I cannot say just how much the picture blew me away. I have a 100" Stewart Screen and a Sony VPL 10 projector.Just incredible picture and sound, I would highly recomend it...

    Now for the reason of this post. Although alot of you may not need this feature. My copy of Finding Nemo says French version included. I am In Canada guys BTW in the Ottawa are. My son only speaks french so I was glad to see that it had this feature. But as I perused the disk I did not find the french version on the disk. I did find the subtitles in french, but not the audio... Has anyone else looke to see if there were other languages available on there disks...

    And if you did and have found some can you help me to access them.

    Thank you

    Stephane Ottawa
     
  2. David Galindo

    David Galindo Screenwriter

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    The French track is only available in the full frame version. Weird, I know. [​IMG]
     
  3. DaViD Boulet

    DaViD Boulet Lead Actor

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    That's because the first disc (WS) uses up movie bandwidth for the audio/video commentary.
     
  4. Stephane

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    Thanks guys.. I think that that is false advertising on the WideScreen edition of the movie though.... BAD DISNEY !!!!
    Especially since it does say french version included....
     
  5. Peter Kline

    Peter Kline Cinematographer

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    Are there separate Widescreen and Re-formatted Full Screen versions being sold in Canada?
     
  6. James Corey

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    Nope, all Canadian disc sets have both versions in one dual-case set.

    And to be fair, it does say French version included, not versions [​IMG]
     
  7. Vincent Matis

    Vincent Matis Second Unit

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  8. James Corey

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    Um, I was being sarcastic.

    But to be fair, it's unfortunate that our French-speaking compatriots are excluded from enjoying the w/s version in their preferred language and are thereby relgated to J6P-dom by the limitations of the capacity inherent in the format.

    c'est la vie.
     
  9. Andrew Chong

    Andrew Chong Supporting Actor

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    To take a different tack: the way I see things, movies should be experienced in their original language. If that language happens to be a language that the viewer does not understand, of course, subtitles in the language of choice should be used to help the viewer understand. Most often, the original language as spoken by the original performers is best.
     
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  11. James Corey

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    Vincent -

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