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Traición is based on the Colombian novel El Caballero de Rauzán, written in 1887 by Felipe Pérez. RTI Colombia made another adaptation of the story in 2000, titled Rauzán. As with most of its soap operas, Telemundo broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC3. Filming in Bogotá, Colombia, began in late October, 2007.[2]

Betrayal subtitles English

This play was translated in British Sign Language which shows the effort of inclusivity. The comedians were very articulate which I appreciated as English is not my first language. However, I would have appreciated if English subtitles had been added as I would have more fully understood the play and especially its puns.

A tense, gripping thriller about betrayal, suspected and real, in the Occupied Territories. Omar (Adam Bakri) is a Palestinian baker who routinely climbs over the separation wall to meet up with his girl Nadja (Leem Lubany). By night, he's either a freedom fighter or a terrorist-you decide-ready to risk his life to strike at the Israeli military with his childhood friends Tarek (Eyad Hourani) and Amjad (Samer Bisharat). Arrested after the killing of an Israeli soldier and tricked into an admission of guilt by association, he agrees to work as an informant. So begins a dangerous game-is he playing his Israeli handler (Waleed F. Zuaiter) or will he really betray his cause? And who can he trust on either side? Palestinian filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad (Paradise Now) has made a dynamic, action-packed drama about the insoluable moral dilemmas and tough choices facing those on the frontlines of a conflict that shows no sign of letting up.

Of course, Georges does have a dirty secret, one that harks back to the 1960s. As a youth, he did an unkind turn to someone, and the ravens of this betrayal now seem to be coming home to roost. The catch is, the most obvious suspect has a raft of perfect alibis, and the second's defence is equally impenetrable. Who is doing what to whom, and why, are left deliberately unclear.

As someone who specialises in English-Korean translation and interpreting, I believe the ongoing debates on the English subtitles of Squid Game are missing some important elements(Opens in a new tab).

Most of the controversies seem to centre around the English closed captions, which are very different from the English subtitles on Netflix. The English captions which appear as "English [CC]" are for people who cannot hear audio, so they include non-verbal descriptions such as the background music and sound effects. Translations in closed captions are, therefore, more concise than subtitles and are limited in terms of meaning delivery.

At War, a new movie from Cinema Libre Studio, vividly portrays shop floor resistance to corporate power in small-town France. The dialogue is in French with English subtitles. But the cast is largely actual factory workers. And the film opens with a scene familiar to anyone ever involved in manufacturing union bargaining in the U.S.

Flame and Citron follow two legendary figures in the Danish resistance movement during World War II to explore the moral ambiguity of war. Bent Hviid (Flammen) and Jørgen Schmith (Citron) move from killing Danish collaborators to Gestapo officers in and around Copenhagen. One becomes more violent and vengeful while the other wrestles with his actions and feelings of betrayal. 041b061a72

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