ReviewDecember, 15th 2016
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It is a song about acting career and actors auditions that many people pass through in their lives. Maybe this film is so adorable by all the associations, organizations and all kind of authorities who grant some victories, prices, etcetera is because it has many songs about the world of show business. Along with that the film doesn't show this business as the rotten wasteland (as there is a tendency of the latest years), but it has a huge flag of naivety, gratefulness, and glamour – basically, all those things that attract viewers to the world of Hollywood. It is because of such popularization + romanticizing of entire image of showbiz this film was bulged out with so many awards that we have already listed above.
In this particular song, the hero of Emma Stone sings about how she's going through the audition. She says that if you're the one that must be found for a particular role, you will be found. You only need to fit the image of the hero of the upcoming movie and be in the fast line. You are so lucky if you're going into the fast line because it is only for big stars and people whose faces are famous. So this is another underlining of the essence of the show business. If you're nobody – you have to wait in the long queue. But if you have already reached your point of success where your face is famous from films or from the commercial billboards at least, on every audition that is arranged in the Hollywood, you will be either invited either will wait in the fast line.
After absolutely invigorating music, there is downing in the mood closer to the third verse. It is sung seems as without hope at all. But in the third minute starts the instrumental break, that evolves from the gloomy mood to the uplifting. It becomes clear that the main heroine doesn't lose hope to become a person who will eventually stand in this fast line. It's not to be said that the essential meaning of her life boils down to her participation in the movies and becoming the famous actress as the narration of this film distinctively let us know, but also that love is the main thing in her life, though, of course, she wants to realize oneself in this life. Reference: Read about movie reception on Wikipedia
Someone In The Crowd lyrics - Emma Stone, Callie Hernandez, Sonoya Mizuno, Jessica Rothe
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