Questo video è parte di un lavoro più ampio, intitolato "John Williams, la Colonna Sonora di Star Wars: Analisi dei principali leitmotiv". I video caricati per questo progetto sono degli esempi, o tracce della colonna sonora pubblicata dalla Sony Classical o brevi estratti dei film, interessanti per l'uso del materiale musicale.
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2. Esempio video 1: La celebre scena del doppio tramonto, Force Theme (Binary Sunset)
Qui assistiamo all'esposizione del tema della Forza in versione epica: possiamo considerarla un'anticipazione del futuro di Luke Skywalker come cavaliere Jedi.
When I was 13, I went to Tunisia to visit this place and wait for the sunset. And then putted my headset and listened to John Williams's music. And yes, I shed a little tear at this moment, not gonna lie :)
When I hear this theme, my heart starts to beat faster, I feel something being pumped inside of me, but it's unexplainable. I suddenly start to feel something very strong as if I'm connected to the Force. I know I'm not the only one. Who's with me?
This scene got printed in my subcounscious, it gets drawn losely like a sketchy panting, like something in the corner of your attention, every time I see, talk, type, listen, speak the word "Hero". It's part of the meaning of that word and the journey that follows.
Even though I grew up with the prequels, this was my first Star Wars movie. I remember my dad watching it with me on VHS when I was in elementary school, you can imagine that made me a Star Wars fanatic for most of my childhood. The new Star Wars gets a lot of flack these days, plenty of which I agree with, but no one can argue that it's truly a film series for everyone, all through the generations.
0:20 on pause, take a good long minute to think about Like as a disgruntled estranged and disconnected hermit, think about his Mythical and Legendary Sacrifice. Then I want you to press play and tell me TLJ doesn't at least understand how to close a character arc
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