EDIT: Ignore the problems mentioned in this post, there do not appear to be any subtitle problems with this DVD...see post #7. I just got this DVD today, which was released last week. No reviews up yet on DVD-Basen. I saw the movie in a theater earlier this year, and it's very good, so I was looking forward to getting it on disc. It's an Israeli film, and since the Israeli protagonist finds him dealing mostly with two German people, a lot of the dialogue is in English, I'd guess about 50-60% of it. Most of the rest is in Hebrew, and a little bit in German. As you would expect, the theatrical release had subtitles for the non-English dialogue, and no subs for the scenes in English. I've only sampled a few scenes on the DVD, but it appears that the entire film has FORCED English subs, even for all the English dialogue! I don't think they're burned in subs, they appear to be player-generated, but I couldn't turn them off. There's a menu option for turning the subs off, but it doesn't work. Neither that, nor toggling on the fly, did anything to get rid of the subs. This is a complete disaster. What was Sony thinking?! Who wants to watch a mostly English-language film with forced English subs on all the time? I like the movie very much, but I'm not going to watch it this way. Nor do I recommend that anyone else do so, unless and until Sony corrects this awful mistake. The English subtitle track should be exactly as it was in the theatrical release, with option to turn it on or off. Period.