Discuss The Keeper

Item: The Keeper

Language: en-US

Type of Problem: Incorrect_content

Extra Details: The original movie language for this is set to German and locked, so I'm unable to change. The main language spoken throughout the film is actually English.

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I see some work has been done to this, including the deletion by the mod Space Junk of images I added that were perfectly acceptable, in ratio and previously accepted by the site upon upload all without a hitch, but whilst doing all this, the issue I raised above has not been attended to. I appreciate that we must allow anything up to two months for a flagged issue to be dealt with, but when a mod is working on the profile in question, I would have thought this may have been addressed as part of their upkeep and activity.

I have just re-uploaded the image that Space Junk deleted. It has been accepted. You may well delete it but, for now, I have done this for the purpose of some clarification. Here is that image:

https://image.tmdb.org/t/p/original/obiJlE1kSlWXir3pKDc9eN2NN4D.jpg

It was accepted by the site without a hitch as being in the correct size for backdrops. Now, as the image uploads I make is clearly an issue with this site (or more specifically this mod), perhaps you can tell me why - despite all evidence to the contrary - this image was deemed unacceptable by this moderator to be replaced by the same image, albeit to larger scale? Is it just that, the large scale preference?

Hi, if we have two duplicate images and both are good quality for the size they were added, we are always keeping the one with best quality. Some of my images get deleted for this reason since I usually add a "first available poster" and then other users eventually find the super quality ones. It's never personal when it comes to these decisions.

As for the original issue.

The original movie language for this is set to German and locked, so I'm unable to change. The main language spoken throughout the film is actually English.

Original Movie Language (OML) has nothing to do with spoken languages. While we are waiting on a final decision on how to interpret this field, both available theories lead to German being the correct OML here. My method is to simply use the language of the original title, which in this case happens to be German. This works for most titles (exception: titles like Midsommar - a Swedish title - but the movie is English).

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