Anyone know if this intro was inspired by David Lynch's Wild at Heart?
Una de las mejores secuencias de aperturas de la historia del cine. Y la peli en si esta buena 😱😈🤟
Pointless remake for mouthbreathing americans
Are you done yet?
Best title sequence of all time?
I swear the music sounds like an orgy that turned into a massacre
First time i heard it i thought the movie had not intended to add tht in
Funny Games India when?
Fucking Naked City crashed my thirteenth birthday party and Yamatsuka shit all over my birthday cake!
Literally that punch of music made me on edge for the rest of the whole movie. So fucking effective, oh my god Hankie-chan
So much stress for politness sake
Somebody should do a mashup of a pharmaceutical commercial with this so when the side effects kick in Bonehead starts.
2:32 RIP my headphones…
Best title sequence of all time.
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Anybody else find this intro hilarious?
a representation of beauty and chaos working together in harmony
I LOVE this opening sequence. Perfect for setting the tone for the rest of the movie.
"pass the aux!""you better don't play tras–"2:33
Michael Haneke builds up a lot of angst here, just by the music, and of course the happiness being too perfect. This is such a masterful opening to one of the best films I've ever seen.
I don't know of another movie remake that is downright shot-for-shot like this, not that its bad just bizarre watching the two side by side.
Anyone know the font used here?
What is the name of the first opera?
What a wonderful soundtrack dissonance
For a minute I was like why are there two pianos driving down the street lol.
I love this so much. Feels like this scene expresses how I feel all the time. Pleasant on the outside and completely full of rage on the inside
The song “Croakies and Boatshoes” by Between the Buried and Me would have also fit perfectly here.
my favorite opening of all time
Naked City is actually a really cool, weird band. Truly nothing like most other bands.
Im here comparing to the original Haneke version… Ive always refused to see the modern english version… anyway this is the greatest cinema intro of all times. The german version of course!!!
I would have assumed that was edited in as a joke if the film's Wikipedia entry didn't mention the song being in it.
what is the name of the opera that plays before the title?
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