时间：2020-04-14 11:44:33 作者：
In the process of translating film and television lines, we should consider the factors such as film and television background, task environment, story plot and so on, so as to better convey the connotation of film and television plays to the audience. Today, the translation company compiles a small volume to tell you about the characteristics of film and television line translation?
The first line is performative. The words and deeds of film and television actors are in harmony with their lines, promoting the development of the plot.
Second, although the work of an actor is a professional performance, the performance comes from life, and life is real. This requires that the lines must have a life atmosphere, be very colloquial, and be easy to understand.
Third, the characters in the movie have their own lines more or less, which are different in many cases. The lines should conform to the character, the status and identity of the characters, and change at the same time. The "words" of the lines should be consistent with the "actions" of the characters. Movies have specific environment settings, which also have very strict requirements for the movie lines. When it comes to what mountain to sing and what song to sing, the lines should be the same.
Fourth, there is a close relationship between the picture and the lines, so we should do "sound and picture alignment". Film language translation is the re creation of film and television works. Although most of the translation of lines is the transformation of language, the good or bad translation directly affects the quality of the film or TV play. Film and television translation can't simply translate according to the original film. It is a special cultural translation. When translating, the audience's feelings must be taken into consideration. The original cultural value, aesthetic value and information value of the film must be preserved. Specifically speaking, film and television translation not only needs to be faithful to the original content, but also must conform to the characteristics of language.