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Title: Nondiegetic Music Of The Doors In The Scene Waiting In Saigon

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Subject: Music and Movies
Author: Sterling B
Date: September 3, 2010
Level: University
Grade: B
Length: 5 / 1334
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This song not only set the mood for the scene waiting in Saigon and the move as a whole but is also used to foreshadow the death of Coronal Kurtis. Mr. Coppola, the director of the film, was a genius for picking this song to represent the movie. It not only fits the movie with the sounds of helicopter but the words alone have significant meaning to the movie...

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Along with it serving as a premise for the movie, Mr. Coppola plays with the viewer's perception of diegetic sounds and nondiegetic music. The scene as a whole is a montage of overlapping dissolve sequence. It is set in Saigon but is more of a delusional state of mind of Willard, the main character...

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