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Everything posted by dkaellner

  1. To compare this scene to a current film, although it's definitely not a musical comedy, "A Quiet Place" utilizes the contrast between deep silence and sound much in the same way this clip does. During the moments of quiet, the audience is forced to focus on what the director explicitly wants us to see, even seemingly purposeless scenery gains potential weight. Where the filmmakers of "A Quiet Place" use this technique to enhance feelings of horror, Ernst Lubitsch and his sound designers orchestrate the quiet/loud interplay to guide the audience through comedic beats, much like how a theatrical
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