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The Baz Luhrmann version of Romeo and Juliet opens with prominent beginning which engages a modern audience by providing rock music at the start of the film This rock music includes a strong base guitar and some heavy drums appearing at the beginning but as the music progresses the whole band establishes a foot hold in the soundtrack which builds up adrenalin within me As the whole band is drawn in this reflects what the young audience may in account From a young audiences point of view the rock music may lure more young audiences because this might possibly generate more adrenalin However on the other hand this might possibly distance the classical older audience The climax of the opening scene affects me in two various aspects of adrenalin the first is the car engine which enhances excitement by suggesting a modern teenage film which involves dramatic drama mainly action where they use car engines This formulates awareness of excitement which causes an adrenalin rush in contrast to the speed of the adaptation The other aspect in which Baz Luhrmann creates adrenalin is when the music introduces the boys the boys This use of dialogue produces momentum during the opening sequence of the soundtrack The fact that this specific dialogue is targeted at males makes it even more exhilarating This is also linked to the increase of my heart-rate and is due to the prompt opening sequence Another quality in relation to the dialogue of the opening scene is that as Shakespeare makes the use of such original language froM to the opening scene may give the impression that the audience doesnt quite fully understand but in reality you can still quite make out what they intended to say with the tone of voice which is quite strong I suppose this tone of voice is quite essential when speculating what they intended to say when you come across an unfamiliar word
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