The Last Samurai

Audio problem: Every time a sword is drawn, be it fast or slow, there is the 'shiiink' sound that is made when a steel sword is drawn from a steel scabbard (a sound that a western sword would make), yet Japanese swords have a wooden scabbard so the draw should be silent.

Audio problem: In the scene where Algren is talking to Katsumoto about General Custer, there is a shot from behind Katsumoto's head and it is clear that he is talking and yet his mouth isn't moving.

David Mercier

Audio problem: When Algren fights the five "ronin," he does not shout out when he kicks at one of his opponents; yet in a flashback a few moments later, it is obvious that a war cry was added in.

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