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Unformatted text preview: promotes negative and bad morals or even rebellious manners. By using this song was a great choice in the film. I mean there a two cops and an underage kid, drunk in a cop car cruising around doing exactly the opposite of what is expected of them, at least for the cops. When Officer 1 Slater drives to the other side of the parking lot, the music sort of fades out with him when they show the other two characters talking therefore is creating a voice-off. Once he crashes the music stops kind of referencing how the party is over and then the pace slows down in the film to where you can hear crickets in the background. Since the music is done sound effects of the car burning is another good use of sound. So throughout the scene sound contributes to the overall meaning of the film by setting the pace, providing source music, sound effects and many other uses. 2...
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- Spring '99
- Music, Panamá, source music