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Mollyrotondo

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  1. I loved the use of sound in this opening scene. All we hear are the workings of the train. No one speaks. There is no music yet. It made me tense because I did not know if the scene was going to end badly for one of the two men. But then to hear the upbeat music and see the train approaching the city station, the tension releases. I want to continue to watch the entire movie, and hope the same tension and release occurs. I also loved how the music's tempo begins to slow as the train slows down to a stop.
  2. I agree. Showing the little girl in danger of getting hit by a car foreshadowed her being in even more violent danger. As she bounces the ball mindlessly against the missing children poster, we know she is bound to be the next victim. Seeing only the shadow of the killer approach the little girl completely immerses us in this dark story.
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