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Sound in films is part of the narrative sphere and perceptive sphere of any film. The audio-visual factors are the foundations for a theory of the function of the film sound. This concept is based on introspective rationalization of the audience and their perceptional level and capacity…
Since Chion is an authority on sound and cinema, he is often quoted and referred to in this paper throughout. This paper will include the following points to analyze. Sound in a film can transform not only the perception of the film goers but also the whole outlook of the film. Different sounds are used to portray and impart different set ups and also for different moods. The contextual music in a film often enhances the feelings and emotions felt in the film and the audience. There are certain patterns and ideas about specific sound patterns in the film usually followed by the film makers and the audio experts. Mostly, audio surpasses rules regulations of the natural theory like the poetic license. Sound creates a new dimension to the film by creating unnatural sounds. Sometimes there is a cross identification of sounds and this will be explained later on in the paper. We will also certain movies and show how the director modulated and even manipulated the audience by using certain sound effects. Last but not the least we will discuss the part Foley plays in the sound effects of any movie.
The 'Silent City' has been taken to prove this particular idea that sound plays a much larger part in this film. Through the use of the sound effects we can see that sound portrays a greater emotion. ...
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