At the start of the sequence the lights go out. This creates am evil atmosphere and indicates that something is going wrong. The sound of the train stopping suddenly alerts the audience that something is going to happen. There is also a tense or creepy atmosphere created by the slow music.
Different shot types are also used to make the audience’s feelings change. The long shot shows the train stranded in the middle of nowhere. This lonely and dark atmosphere shows the audience that the people on the train can’t be helped. The zoom in on the train gives the view a dementor would have, flying towards it. The bad weather and darkness also creates am evil and depressing atmosphere. The shaking of the train alerts both the audience and the characters that someone has entered the train and that something bad is going to happen. As Harry, Ron, Hermione and Professor...
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