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Apparently, this guy tracked down a completely unreleased, black and white director’s cut of the Dark Crystal, then spent the past two years synching its audio up with the theatrical cut and splicing in the missing scenes.
This is the version Jim Henson originally submitted, it has never been available to the public until this very month. It is darker, subtler and has significantly less dialog, with no narration, no internal monologues, very little exposition and some entirely different voices, including a completely inhuman, intentionally untranslated language for the majority of Skeksis dialog. We were never meant to understand most of what they were saying.
The version we’re all more familiar with was subjected to a great deal of last-minute re-dubbing, specifically to make it lighter and more child-friendly.This is The DARK Dark Crystal.