Best drama movie audio problems of 1993
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Audio problem: During the final court case scene at the end of the film, Miranda's lawyer turns to her and says, 'Congratulations'. The lawyer's head is turned away from our view slightly, but you can see that she doesn't move her mouth. It does move about a second after 'Congratulations' is said, but it does not move long enough for the lawyer to have actually said 'Congratulations'.Padzter
Audio problem: When Darian is playing the piano at the party, her hand movements are not consistent with the piece that is being played.
Audio problem: If you listen carefully to the conversation Kimble has with his lawyer, he says "St. Louis" differently in the live version and the police recording, indicating the crew may have used two different recordings.
Audio problem: Near the start of the movie, D-Fens calls his ex-wife at her house. When she enters the kitchen, the phone isn't particularly loud, yet in the previous shot, she was quite far away from the house, with lots of people chatting and making noise, there's no way she could have heard it at the point she did.GalahadFairlight
Audio problem: When the head of the Nazi forced labor camp is on his balcony shooting workers that aren't working, he fires two shots, kills two workers then reloads for a third shot but doesn't shoot. When he goes back inside, he ejects the live round he chambered onto his girlfriend, but when the round hits the floor, it clanks like an empty shell.
Audio problem: At the beginning of the movie, during the scene when Bertha and the rebels steal the police arsenal, the big guard robot speaks with a metallic voice to make warnings, but in the version of the film dubbed to Spanish, it is completely voiceless.
Audio problem: In the scene where O'Bannion and Benny are hazing Hershfelder, Don goes for a beer in the trunk of O'Bannion's Duster. You hear a clicking sound as Don opens the trunk but in that shot he only lifts the trunk lid without using keys or having his hands anywhere near the lock.