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Gates, Philippa, Rudy, Paul

Spectromorphology Hits Hollywood: Morphology, Objectification and Moral Messages in the Sound Design of ‘Black Hawk Down’

2005

Monday 2 July 2007, by Rob Weale

In this article, the authors, through analysis of scenes from the film Black Hawk Down, examine the ways in which sound and timbral development plays a crucial role towards defining, substantiating and sustaining moral thematics concerning the maturation of feminised boys into masculine heroes through war — soldiers who “do the right thing” when faced with moral dilemmas no matter what their orders.

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