In the beginning there was creepy music that turned into a train on tracks, this makes the audience feel scared and tense in the beginning. Except sometimes when the movie got more intense like the time Curley was going to kill Lennie the music gets loud and dramatic, that impacts the audience because they become intrigued about what is going to happen from the noisy, intense background. Another dramatic music scene was when Lennie was fighting Curley. There was loud music that had a dramatic feel. Every time the movie would bring up their “dream” which their American Dream the music would get soft and a happy melody.
In the beginning of the movie they used suspenseful music and imagery to keep the viewer more interested and make the viewer want to know what the “Secret” is and this is part of the logical chain of reasoning known as Pathos. Pathos is
The piece that was played during this particular piece was titled “Miracle of the Ark”. This particular piece was rather ominous and made the seen overall seem very suspenseful in the build up to the ark finally being opened. The actual moment that the ark is opened in the movie the orchestra quiets down and the string instruments play a rather fast suspenseful note while everyone looks on to see what is in the ark. It is then that the scene gets more intense with ghosts guarding the ark and melting anyone that looks at them. To make this scene seem more intense and powerful the orchestra really matched that and grew in volume.
The author explains how darkness can affect the minds of humans causing them to images terrifying images that might not actually be there. These dark images in the narrator’s head cause him to panic and his body to shake and sweat
At night, the darkness is a symbol of fear of the unknown, uncertainty and evil. At night the boys grow uncertain so they think something bad is going to happen. The following quote represents the reason. “Soon the darkness was full of claws, full of the awful unknown and menace” (Golding 144). The boys think that they see things such as a beastie.
This idea was an interesting start, because it caught the audience’s attention to really listen to what was going to happen next. Then the song, went into a lighter more atmospheric section, where there were many crescendos and decrescendos. The instruments in the piece included the chimes, maracas, timpani,
After a tense scene, McCarthy writes light imagery in order to calm the reader. The “carbon light”(260) creates a relaxed mood because it is a form of light in the dark setting of the novel. The relaxed mood creates a sense of safety. In the contrary, a theme of danger is developed when McCarthy writes dark imagery.
Thirdly, to emphasise on Ms Trunchbull’s evil personality even more, Danny DeVito casts a variety non-diegetic and diegetic sounds. In most scenes she is in there are either eerie, suspenseful or ‘Jaws’ like music. The eerie music casts a spooky effect on the scene which makes her seem horrific. During scenes where she is about to frighten another character, suspenseful music is used as if she is coming to attack like the shark off of ‘Jaws’. These sounds are non – diegetic as the purpose of them are to get a set a tense and haunting mood on the audience per situation.
On March 28th, I had the pleasure of attending the Broadway show called “The Play That Goes Wrong,” located at the Lycuem Theatre on 149 West 45th Street. On this particular Tuesday evening, I just had a vibe that something wrong was going to happen in this play – shockingly. I did believe this play will truly be memorable judging by the fun quirk of the show’s name. After watching the performance for about two hours, I can conclude that this play went beyond my expectation as its set disasters and characters amusingly caught the attention of me and the rest of the audience.
The symbolism of the mask stranger connects to the theme of never escaping death. The imagery of the black room connects to the mood because of how they both create a suspenseful mood. The figurative language of both personification and simile which connects to tone for the ominous atmosphere. With all these connections with literary devices, theme, mood, and tone which the main focus is to emphasize about death being inevitable No matter how hard you try to escape it death will always be
Early in the film, the importance of background music and its use can be seen. The music is used to create the mood, whether it be the eerie violin audio that often can be heard at times where suspense is anticipated or the same music to create sorrow for the overall significance of the film. The film being built upon a murder case creates fury and differing viewpoints between the main characters which often can be related to prejudice. The use of details not only makes the murder more interesting but also the overall scene more intense. The detailed dialogue among the characters is so precise it offers minute details such as the witness statement of the time of the crime, the entry way of the weapon, and the witness testifying without her glasses.
I don’t know how long he played. I was overcome by sleep. When I awoke at daybreak, I saw Juliek facing me, hunched over, dead. Next to him lay his violin, trampled, an eerily poignant little corpse”(95). In order to reveal the idea that when Juliek died, so did the “melancholy” sound of
In this essay, I’m going to discuss the gender roles in the paintings of Dalí, in the film “Un Chien Andalou” by Buñuel and the poems of Federico García Lorca. Gender roles play a huge part within these works. All three of these artists had the ability to showcase something beautiful or majestic through disturbing and off putting imagery. This is what made their work so distinctive compared to many other artists during the surrealist period. The main things all of these artists have in common are their feelings and expressions of gender roles.
Additionally , the house that the narrator mentions is illustrated as “ mansion of gloom “ which might be a sign that the aura of the house has something dreadful in it. However , the Narrator reveals something important about his first impression for the house by saying “ I looked upon the scene before me , upon the mere house, upon the bleak walls , upon the vacant eye-like windows ( 3 ).To illustrate , the words such as “ air of heaven , silent tarn , mystic vapor “ used as a reinforcement for making the ambience of the house as gloomy. In fact , in the light of these facts , it could be said that the house has an darkness appearance which might be an indication of its mysterious atmosphere.