I live in Europe, but I am not European. And I would like to pay for digital content (movies). But if you take a quick look at the digital services here, then you start to understand that that is impossible to do. Google Play only sells movies in Italian in Italy, German French and Italian for the Swiss, French for the French, so on and so forth.
Don't get me wrong, I would still not pay for a horribly dubbed movie even if I were French, because to me even the best dubs are horrible, as dubbing generally reduces a lot of linguistic nuances buried within the original language, and these you can get a feel of from the context and tone. Or in the words of Sheldon Cooper, "In a world where I have heard the voice of the real Angelina Jolie, why would I settle for a fake Angelina Jolie?".
So my question is why. Why can't I buy movies in English? There is already a pre-existing question like that on the google forums. But the answer is cryptic. It states that content owners decide which language is available on the google play store.
So there's the question, Why don't content owners allow the availability of Original language movies on online stores?
They want to make money and I want to give them my money. So why won't they take it?