How can I see the nationality of users who have reviewed a movie?

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I am a researcher in Film Studies and I would like to find out if it is possible to see the nationality of users who have reviewed a film. This is something that could be previously done by reading the information supplied by each user in their profiles. I have recently noticed that this info is no longer available. 

Thanks in advance for any help 
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Antonio Terrón Barroso

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Hi Antonio,

This is not possible, unfortunately. You can select either "US" or "non-US" to narrow the ratings down.
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Nick Burfle

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I would say, "fortunately."  Looking at bderoes' table below, it is obvious that quite a few of us also do not indicate our age or gender, as well as nationality.
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Antonio was asking about Reviews, not Ratings.
I don't see how to select non-US or US Reviews.
However, for ratings, from the title page:

click on the number below the average rating, then scroll down to see:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7131622/ratings

And clicking on the number of US or non-US users gives:


This could then be compared with the overall demographics, or the US demos.