Subtitle Lady In The Water
Trouble the Water opens the day the filmmakers meet 24-year-old aspiring rap artist Kimberly Rivers Roberts and her husband Scott at a Red Cross shelter in central Louisiana, then flashes back two weeks, with Kimberly turning her new video camera on herself and her neighbors trapped in their Ninth Ward attic as the storm rages, the levees fail and the flood waters rise.
subtitle Lady in the Water
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We know Elisa was found as an orphaned child with cuts on her neck that slashed her voice box and made her unable to speak. We know she grows up and eventually falls in love with the amphibious creature, who turns her scars into gills in the finale so they can live happily ever after underwater.
I finished another chunk of Into the Drowning Deep and while becoming more terrified of dark places in the water, I also discovered one of the scientists was gay. A few scenes later I learned the newscaster was also gay, as the two women began blushing and being awkward around each other. Not implied gay, mind you. This is not me reading into behavior. The author confirmed. These women are gay and crushing on each other. I nearly died.
In the video,@serviceaussiebaileywrites, whose full name is Katherine Graham, captions the footage as if they're subtitles explaining what Bailey is thinking as he goes through the motions to help her.
"He was never trained to do this before and it is what pushed me to go see a cardiologist to get a diagnosis," she said. "Since then, I have trained him to do many tasks in order to help me stay awake. He will pick up things I drop so I do not have to bend over, he will go get my medicine or water from the fridge. He will take off my socks."
Doctor Recommended"During pregnancy you should drink 8 to 12 cups (64 to 96 ounces) of water every day. It aids digestion and helps form the amniotic fluid around the fetus. Water also helps nutrients circulate help waste leave the body."
I can imagine Cameron's rationale for titling the music as a correlate to the "whale" characters notability for making songs (i.e. when the Na'vi lady leader of the water tribe grieves the death of her spirit sister). In this way, the songs and the score score are considered "dialogue."
You seem to be referring to SDH subtitles - for the deaf or hearing-impaired. These tend to also indicate things like voice stresses, significant background sounds, music indicators, etc. They're like CC but with additional notes. Depending on the specific system used to carry the text, they can be stylised, coloured, placed in different areas of the screen to not cover significant action, or indicate which character is speaking, if it's not obvious from lip movement etc.By the time a movie hits streaming, you can see there's a whole list of subtitle tracks, one for each language, & up to three for English - forced [foreign translation only], English [all dialog] and SDH [plus cues for audio events].
I can't comment on why any specific cinema would be doing this, but perhaps they run one or two shows a day specifically with the subtitles on, for the hearing-impaired. Check their programming schedule.
WOMAN: [subtitle] Yes, it has. Over the years I have tried all kinds of medication. Nothing really worked. After a few treatments the cysts are much better. I hardly feel any pain now. The lumps are disappearing.
DR. ZANG: [subtitle] I have had 27 such cases. Out of 27, I cured 11, healing them completely. In most other cases the lumps were reduced. In two cases, nothing worked. Otherwise, in most cases the method has been quite effective.
DR. EISENBERG: Yeah. And he, partly because of his training and partly because of his interest, is also a scholar of Chinese medicine, because he knows Taoism. He knows the philosophy of the whole culture. What he's drawing here Bill are the characters for water and mountain.
PROF. WANG: [subtitle] As I wrote "mountain", it was like climbing a mountain. As I wrote "water'', it was like swimming in water. When this happens I become calm. Once you are peaceful the chi in your body flows more smoothly. There is much less obstruction. Then the chi circulates freely.
PROF. WANG: [subtitle] Ancient Chinese philosophy describes the creation of the universe. It evolve from "yuan chi". This "primordial" chi continues to evolve around us. No matter how invisible it affects and animates our bodies. This is the mass of primordial chi. It is surrounded by a layer called "chaos". The chaos had a yellow hue. Then it changed.
And then with practice, while you're focusing on your breathing, while you're letting go of thoughts, the physician says, concentrate on this ball to energy and begin to move it, that's the skill.BILL MOYERS: But what does that do for the lady with arthritis, or the lady with stomach pain?
PATIENT: [subtitle] The top of my head feels warm. This side feels a little full. I also feel a special energy. I feel a pulsing, like a blood vessel. Sometimes I feel sweaty on this half.
DR. LU: [subtitle] That's a hard question to answer. I'm reminded of a proverb. "Some things can be sensed, not explained." In order to understand chi gong, you must first cross the threshold. Once inside, you can ask me questions. We must take external chi gong seriously. Some people want to deny its powers. Chi gong should not be dismissed lightly. But let's not exaggerate its effects or overestimate its power. We should continue to explore it.[music]
MASTER MA: [subtitle] I started to do tai chi for my health. Now I know that tai chi ch'uan does more. It also heals many chronic diseases. There's no mystique to tai chi ch'uan. What's difficult is the perseverance.
Every spot in the opera house is outfitted with a small seat-back screen featuring subtitles in multiple languages, making it simple to follow along with the onstage action, regardless of whether the performers are singing in Italian, French, German, Russian, or Czech.
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