I don’t know if this the right forum to bring this up—but it does refer to the DVD version of the film as much as any other version. (And the long, long, long, discussion about the ending of “Time After Time” is on this forum, right?) OK. This is for those familiar with the film “Marat/Sade” (1968) and since it only concerns the credits, I hope this wouldn’t be considered a “spoiler”. Anyway, the film begins with the credits popping up one word at a time, in small font, going from left to right, top to bottom. Once the screen is filled, then the film begins. (I doubt this unique method had been done before, but it was just done similarly in the film “Cache”.) The closing credits are similar but in reverse: the screen appears full of words and they begin disappearing, one by one, again from left to right, top to bottom. Now, here’s my topic: who has seen this film elsewhere (TV, VHS, theatrically)? I’ve seen it projected twice in the ‘80s in a Philadelphia revival house and distinctly remember BOTH of these credits happening at the BEGINNING of the film. The most jarring effect of this is that when the film ends as it does (which I won’t go into since that would be a spoiler), it has much more impact. Does anyone remember it this way?