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Mike Rosenbloom CIN 150 Professor Hotchkiss 11-15-07 M Worksheet 1. The film announces its status as a “talkie” with the children in a circle, playing that game and singing a rhyme. Automatically the audience hears sound coming from the children and know it is a sound film. We know it is about child murders because of the rhyme the children are singing, which is all about a child murderer. It is creepy because we know right away that there is a child murderer in this film, and no doubt it is about him or her. The silence is used to create suspense, because as an audience, when we know it is a sound film and then hear no sound for a long period of time, we expect something to happen and it get us nervous. 2. The only example I actually saw (I missed the beginning of the movie) was when there was a police raid on the streets which eventually got moved into an underground area where the police were checking ID’s. The sound would go on and off, and every once in awhile you would hear a car horn or an alarm and it made the audience be on their toes to figure out what was going on. The alarm made the audience know something was going on with the police, but then it
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CIN 150 taught by Professor Hotchkiss during the Fall '08 term at Hartford.

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