Short version: Could someone please tell me how/where to buy a R1 or R0 NTSC version of A Tale of Two Sisters that they have actually watched with English subtitles that they know are correct? I might even accept a VCD if absolutely necessary. Full story: Based on recommendations on another thread, I decided to get A Tale of Two Sisters. Now, I can only play R1/0 NTSC, so I was happy to find such a DVD on ebay. When I got it, I popped it in, and I was very confused. The dialogue (according to the English subtitles) made absolutely no sense! For example: - Someone would ask a question, and then answer it themselves. - Subtitles would indicate two people speaking, but only one was. - Someone would say a single syllable, yet two lines of dialogue popped up so quickly that I had to pause it to read it - Conversations were on totally different topics. For example, a guy was very quietly and calmly talking on the phone, yet in the subtitles he was shouting "Open the door! Open the G*d d*mn door! Needless to say, I was suspicious, so I switched to Spanish subtitles just to see what was being said there. They were completely different! In the phone scene above, the Spanish subtitles said nothing about the non-existent door - they were talking about Oprah Winfrey! I'm absolutely serious. So it looks like the DVD makers just took subtitles from some other movie and threw them on even though they made no sense whatsoever. The DVD I'm talking about has practically no English on the cover, but I do see a logo that says "Face", and a website, www.gdface.com. So, could someone please tell me how/where to buy a R1 or R0 NTSC version of A Tale of Two Sisters that they have actually watched with English subtitles that they know are correct? I might even accept a VCD if absolutely necessary. I wonder, is this something any of you have experienced with other DVDs? Thanks!