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For The True Meaning, Please See Below

One of the most classic uses of subtitles was featured in Annie Hall, when Woody Allen and Diane Keaton held a conversation on a Manhattan rooftop. Clearly, both were not saying what they meant as they discussed the aesthetics of photography. A subtitle for Woody read, for example, "I wonder...

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