Choose one of the four scenes posted on Blackboard, and write an analytical essayon the way Sound is used in a creative and dramatically expressive way to helpcommunicate the message of the scene. Each scene has specific instructions:1. On the Waterfront (Elia Kazan, 1954): What to do About TerryDescribe the scene’s discussion and the positions of Charlie Malloy (RodSteiger) and Johnny Friendly (Lee J. Cobb) in discussing what should bedone about Terry Malloy. Explain the differences in pitch and tone betweenCharlie and Johnny Friendly as they perform this confrontational scene.How does the pitch indicate who has the authority and who is the weakerman in the scene? How does the voice performance work in getting throughthe dynamics between the characters?2. My Best Friend’s Wedding (P.J. Hogan, 1997): Say a Little Prayer SceneThis scene makes use of diegetic music in presenting a humorous situation,in which Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts) is showing her friend GeorgeDownes (Rupert Everett) as her new lover, hoping to raise jealousy in herbest friend Michael O’Neal (Dermot Mulroney) as he is about to marryKimberly Wallace (Cameron Diaz). In the scene, the Wallace family ishaving lunch in a crab restaurant and George makes up a story about hismeeting Julianne, singing Dionne Warwick’s son “I Say a Little Prayer forYou”, unchaining a chain reaction from the family, turning the scene into amusical. Explain how does the song give the scene many meanings:humorous, romantic, joyous, and confrontational in Michael’s case. Howdoes the song work in making the scene effective and charming?3. The Graduate (Mike Nichols, 1967): Benjamin’s Yearning for ElaineExplain the emotional effect of the song Scarborough Fair, by Paul Simon,used over the scene. Describe the content of the scene, what we seehappening, and consider the lyrics of the song. Do the lyrics have anyrelation to the scene, or is the melody appropriate? What emotions do youfeel as you listen to the song while the scene plays? Is the song a goodchoice for the scene?4. The Graduate: A Sweet Goodbye, Mr. Robinson’s Ultimatum,Elaine’s Sad FarewellDescribe the events of each scene in the sequence. Comment andanalyze the use of all the sound elements in the scenes. Pay attention tothe noise and music fragments used, relating them to the actions of thescene performed as we listen to the sound. Analyze the way the actorsuse their voices in the dialogues; how do volume, pitch and timbre givethe scenes dramatic meaning?