TheManWhoKnewTooMuch - The sound I chose for part A of the...

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1 The sound I chose for part A of the exercise starts at 00:32:30 as James Stewart, Doris Day, and Bernard Miles enter the Marakesh Police Station. This scene takes place immediately following the murder of Louis Bernard at the Marakesh Police Station where James Stewart is to make a statement. In the opening shot, the Mckennas and Edward Drayton are seated waiting to be questioned. We hear the clatter of papers, phones ringing, and footsteps and these sounds help establish the setting as a bustling police station. There is dialogue between James Stewart and Bernard Miles about the interrogation to come and as Edward Drayton begins to ask James Stewart about the message he wrote he is interrupted by the Chief of Police there. In the office of the Chief of Police we hear (as well as see) out the window behind the desk the hustle and bustle of the Marakesh Market. The interrogation that ensues quickly becomes heated only until the dialogue is interrupted as an officer enters the office saying there is a phone call for James Stewart.
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