The Misuse of Music in Movies – A Pause for Cinema
by Carlos Rivera Fernandez
Music is an undeniably powerful tool for a filmmaker. It has the power to sway our emotions and expectations, to invoke a particular tone, or create an interesting juxtaposition. However, music also has the potential to overpower an image or repeat the same emotion the image is already giving us. Here Carlos Rivera Fernandez discusses some common misuses of music in movies.
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