Watch the film “La La Land” and write a report base on the instruction.
Once you have watched a movie, please respond to ALL 5 questions below to write your Film Music Report.Respond to them in the order presented, but do not include the question numbersin your document.
1) Describe the movie: plot, characters, intended audience, etc. (10 points)
2) Identify a specific scene or moment from the movie when music is used. Briefly describethe scene & the features of the music. Would the music in this scene be considereddiegetic or nondiegetic, and why? If the music is diegetic, describe how the audience iscued to understand what they are hearing as coming from the fictional world of the film.How does the music contribute to the scene, and what do you think motivated thefilmmakers to include it? If the music is nondiegetic, describe how it functions within thescene for the audience. What does the music “tell” us about the scene or the ongoing plotof the movie? How does the music contribute to the scene, and what do you thinkmotivated the filmmakers to include it? (20 points)
3) Identify a second scene or moment from the movie when music is used. Briefly describethis scene & the features of this music. Again, would it be considered diegetic ornondiegetic music? Explain why. How does the music contribute to the scene, and whatdo you think motivated the filmmakers to include it? (20 points)
4) Compare the second music example you identified to the example you selected for thefirst question. Does this second use of music differ from your previous example, or is itsimilar? How is the similarity or difference between these examples related to what isoccurring in the films narrative? Do you feel the similarity or contrast is dramaticallyeffective? Was the use of music in one scene more compelling than the other to you?(20 points)
5) Describe the use of sound in this film generally, including music, dialogue, & soundeffects. In this particular movie, what was the balance between these elements of thesoundtrack? Did any one element seem prevalent overall? Does this relate to the moviesplot or overall genre in any way? (10 points)
6) 1100 to 1600 words (20 points)