Tuesday's With Hitchcock

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Music and Movies

 

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Dana R

 

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September 21, 2011

 

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University

 

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The little use of non-diagetic sound gives the audience the feeling of actually sitting next to Jefferies and absorbing what he sees. From the viewers perspective, "We see (Jefferies) suffer while hear the world humming away indifferently." (Fawell 120). The use of diagetic sounds such as the Thorwald's fighting or the composer playing the piano also adds to the feeling of being right there in the scene, emphasizing the incorporation of the viewer as a voyeur...
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The use of diagetic sounds such as the Thorwald's fighting or the composer playing the piano also adds to the feeling of being right there in the scene, emphasizing the incorporation of the viewer as a voyeur. In the third shot of the sequence the viewer is introduced to the voyeuristic aspect that Jefferies has throughout the sequence and the rest of the film...
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