I cannot find Russian, Japanese and other non English speaking films by their English title

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I cannot find Russian, Japanese and other non English speaking films by their English title. What can I do plaese?

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Vincent Fournols

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Can't you find really "Battleship Potemkin" or even "Ran" or "Rashomon"?
Can you share some English titles of non Latin written languages that you cannot find?
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"AT DAWN IT’S QUIET HERE", just a recent example. You can find it only as ""A zori zdes tikhie". "Battleship Potemkin" is ok. I suppose that "Ran" and "Rashomon" are names, so I found them either. There are many films of which I know the English title, but cannot be found in the IMDb.

NB: I only now see your reply, for which I thank you. Don't I get a notification by email when I have a reply to my thread?
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Vincent Fournols

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So probably the English titles of these films are not present in the database! You are welcome to enter them.

Yes, you should have received a notification by mail. Have you check the spam file of your email client?
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Unfortunately, I had not checked the box to receive email notifications. Now I have.
Thanks for your help.
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Do you mean you want to change your IMDb title preferences in settings? :/
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No, it's ok. Thank you.
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Nessun

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I already did. Thank you.
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Nessun, the title you mentioned is listed. It is under the AKA section.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4629032/releaseinfo#akas

I have my settings set to display titles of the original county. This way spaghetti westerns always display in Italian, for example. You can change this setting to a specific country setting. You will only see non-English titles if the film has not yet been published with an English title, in which case it would default to the country of original title, I believe.

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