I both agree and disagree. Often the video is out of sync when the language is dubbed and it also feels artificial which, for me, takes away the authentic feel of the movie. I often watch French movies and it helps my ears to familiarise with the intonation of the spoken language to improve my basic French I do accept your point that it can be trying to keep up with the subtitles and watching the action at the same time. On a slightly different note, the German film "In The Fade" with Diane Krugger, is for me, a must watch. Released in DVD only but also available on Prime.
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