What happened with movie posters !?

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Since today, almost every single movie posters have changed according to the country you're in, for example I am French and all the movie posters are now in French, it goes for non-French films too.
But why is that ? Is there a way to change it back ? 
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Posted 11 months ago

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Trisha S, Employee

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Hi Luma, we are experimenting with presenting the localized language posters based on geography and/or account content settings. It should match the text language you see around posters.

If you haven't explicitly set your language and country to French / France you can override the experience by changing those settings to English / USA in:

Account Settings > Content Settings > Title display language


Account Settings > Content Settings > Title display country

Also, if we don't have a poster in our database explicitly tagged for English / USA you may see the localized poster in your region.

If you want to see posters from other countries you can look through the gallery or change your content settings.

We will be running the experiment for a few weeks.


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If there is more than one poster available for a country/language, what determines which one is featured?
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Bulma PunkRocker

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Trisha S

Account Settings > Content Settings > Title display language

How should I set the "Title Display Language" in order to see the posters in the movie's original language, whatever it may be according to the movie?