Film Language Tag: nondiegetic music

Music, such as underscoring, that is represented as coming from a source outside of the story world. Both diegetic and nondiegetic music, for example, will very often be present in a single film and in some films there may be deliberate blurring of, or play between, the two. Kuhn, Annette and Guy Westwell. A Dictionary of Film Studies. 2nd ed. Ocford UP, 2020.

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