North By Northwest Cropduster scene with music





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Uploaded on May 26, 2008

The cropduster scene from a Alfred Hitchcock's "North By Northwest". When I first saw it I thought there'd be music but it never came so, I added my own.

A few things:

1. Yes, we get it, you went to film school and now you can tell me how I just "don't get" why there wasn't any music there in the first place. I understand you spent a lot on your tuition fees and need to justify it somehow (and I'm flattered you're choosing to flex your ego here of all places) but this video is just a test to see what the scene would be like with music. This might be hard to swallow, but I don't have any ulterior motives for doing this.

2. If you still can't wrap your heads around number 1, just pretend you've briefly entered an alternate universe where Hitchcock decided to use music in this scene. For an added bonus, feel free to imagine how this new alternative universe differs from your own. Is Iceland now a superpower? Is Latin making a fun, hip, comeback?

3. You'll notice I never actually said this scene worked better with music. Naturally, some of you decided I did. I apologies for implying that so heavily through making the video and by not saying it at all.

4. Do you have access to an Ouija Board? Are you writing this from beyond the grave? Do you have the ability to channel dead people through yourself via clairvoyance? If the answer to any of these is "no" then you can stop speaking on the behalf of Alfred Hitchcock. If he doesn't like this, he'll probably find a way to tell me himself.

5. To the one person who felt the need to remind me it's not "music", it's "score"...You're literally the worst


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