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  1. http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/features/infographic-what-makes-film-noir?utm_content=bufferfac78&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitterbfi&utm_campaign=buffer Came across this infographic today from BFI. Thoughts?
  2. I think a good word for this scene would be ominous. From the line "The man in black will soon be here" in the children's song to the laundry woman saying "As long as we can hear 'em singing, at least we know they're still there" and culminating with the shot of the shadow being cast over the poster regarding the murderer all give the entire scene an ominous feeling. The sound design is entirely composed of diegetic sounds. There is no sound that does not have a source in the world of the film itself. No musical score, no narration and no sound effects. What this does in my opinion is add to t
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