All movies in Mexico, even in Spanish, must have subtitles

The Mexican government has enacted rules requiring all movies to have subtitles to assist people with hearing problems

The Interior Department said Spanish subtitles will be required for any movie, even if its dialogue was originally filmed in Spanish or has been dubbed into Spanish.

While subtitles may be a distraction or detract from visual effects, they are a needed measure to provide equal access for the hearing impaired, the Interior Department said.

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