Minute Twenty-Nine: From Zola’s Entrance to Zola’s Question
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In the twenty-ninth minute of Joe Johnston’s 2011 film Captain America: The First Avenger…
We talk opera in this minute. What’s going on with the opera edits here? Did opera fans complain? Regardless, it’s big and emphatic for the scene. Zola sees the portrait and if you freeze the movie at just the right moment, you get a flash of Red Skull. But has Zola not seen this look? Is it just too shocking? Is Schmidt ashamed of his look? Or perhaps it’s a power relationship thing? And how about that portrait artist? He’s a pure delight and the actor delivers in his wordless performance. So what exactly is Dr. Zola’s role? And we now know that Schmidt is trying to find Dr. Erskine, but it’s not to get him back. Seems he’s keen on destroying him and his experiments.
Plenty of opera talk in this one. Tune in!
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