A Quiet Place: Sound Tells The Story | Stories As Lessons
by Nolan Dean
In this video essay, Nolan Dean discusses John Krasinski’s directorial debut, A Quiet Place, highlighting the film’s technical achievements in sound and how Krasinski’s unique sound design builds tension and propels the story.
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