A family with two deaf daughters in the UK had to leave a screening of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' after the subtitles were turned off, BBC News reports.
They had bought tickets for a subtitled screening in Brighton on Sunday. Louise Drake told BBC News that she complained after the film began with no captions.
Ms. Drake had taken her two 16-year-old daughters, who are both deaf, to the movie, which was advertised as a captioned screening.
When it started without captions, she complained. The movie was restarted with captions, but audience members didn't like the captions, so the theater then removed them.
"People were really rude," Ms. Drake said. "There was quite a negative reaction. I felt intimidated, and it's not often I feel like that."
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