One Response to Renoir’s Une partie de campagne

  1. Watching the clip makes me wonder about the role of music in an adaptation. Music doesn’t exist in literature the way it exists in movies. But movies can’t do without music, but literature has done without music. So does the existence of music in films fall under borrowing, fidelity (spiritual), or intersection? Wouldn’t it neither of these, seeing that music doesn’t exist in literature? Though, we could say that music captures a certain essence from the movie, which means music is fidelity (spiritual).

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