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Alcoholic beverages — wines and spirits — are an essential aspect of Italian-American dining culture. A meal without a drink is no meal at all. Similarly, a scene without a drink is incomplete. There are three dominant drinks in the film—scotch, red wine, and white wine—and each type of drink correlates to a distinct role in the film. Bonasera is explaining the details of the account and begins to tear up. He apologizes for this unmasculine moment and then Vito prompts his men to give Bonasera a drink — a glass of scotch. The first drink of the film is a hard, dark spirit.
I particularly like the train sound effect starting about This symbolizes his increasingly agitated state of mind, the rush of blood, his train-wreck of thought building, building suspense. Of course, it is in the bathroom, with outside windows, that he would hear a train, so the effect occurs naturally.
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