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1. An early shot in Sunset Blvd. is innovative and startling. What makes this shot unusual? A) The camera shot frames a close-up of the dead man's face, without showing his body B) The camera shot of the dead man is taken from underwater, angled upward C) The camera shot of the dead man is taken from just above the surface of the water D) The camera shot of the dead man is such that we see through the eyes of a single officer, the first on the scene
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 2. In the climactic scene at the airport following Major Strasser's shooting, we hear "As Time Goes By" enter as counterpoint against "Deutschland Uber Alles" while we wait, in great suspense, to hear what Renault will say. What meaning does the music suggest at that moment?
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 3. In the beginning of King's Row , which character's theme is prominently featured in the title music?
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4. In Casablanca , which of the following is NOT an instance of “As Time Goes By” heard as nondiegetic music?
Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 5. Which of the following is NOT accomplished by the title music and prologue in Casablanca ? A) We are made to understand that the upcoming story will take place in the middle east B) We are made to understand that the time of the story is the Second World War C) We are made to understand that Rick and Ilsa are very much in love D) We are made to understand that there will be a patriotic element to the story
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Unformatted text preview: 1. An early shot in Sunset Blvd. is innovative and startling. What makes this shot unusual? A) The camera shot frames a close-up of the dead man's face, without showing his body B) The camera shot of the dead man is taken from underwater, angled upward C) The camera shot of the dead man is taken from just above the surface of the water D) The camera shot of the dead man is such that we see through the eyes of a single officer, the first on the scene Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 2. In the climactic scene at the airport following Major Strasser's shooting, we hear "As Time Goes By" enter as counterpoint against "Deutschland Uber Alles" while we wait, in great suspense, to hear what Renault will say. What meaning does the music suggest at that moment? A) That Renault feels affection for Rick and will spare him B) That resistance to the Germans is noble but futile C) That Ilsa will now fall in love with Victor D) That time is going by, even in such moments of suspense Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 3. In the beginning of King's Row , which character's theme is prominently featured in the title music? A) The "Parris" theme, which is almost a song form B) The "Cassie" theme, already turning tragic C) The "Randy" theme, broad and lyrical D) The "Drake" theme, transformed ominously into the minor mode Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 4. In Casablanca , which of the following is NOT an instance of “As Time Goes By” heard as nondiegetic music? A) Interwoven with the diegetic music of the "battle of the bands" B) As a heavily melodramatic minor representation when Rick reads Ilsa's note C) During Rick's flashback, in between Sam's diegetic "bookends" D) During Rick and Ilsa's final conversation at the airport Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 5. Which of the following is NOT accomplished by the title music and prologue in Casablanca ? A) We are made to understand that the upcoming story will take place in the middle east B) We are made to understand that the time of the story is the Second World War C) We are made to understand that Rick and Ilsa are very much in love D) We are made to understand that there will be a patriotic element to the story Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 6. In this genre of film, the narrative is a crime drama that plays up elements of suspense, violence, and sexuality: A) Science fiction B) Film Noir C) Psychological thriller D) Action/adventure Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 7. Who composed the film score for Gone with the Wind ? A) Erich Korngold B) Max Steiner C) Franz Waxman D) John Williams Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0 8. Who composed the film score for Casablanca ?...
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