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After parking in the Principal’s spot at his high school, tracking shots follow the boy down the hallway. First, a close up of his face, then of his moving feet, then of the back of his head as he enters the room for the dance. Again, the use of movement equates to excitement and reinforces the theme of bravery and confidence. Throughout this authoritative walk down the hallway, lyrics from the rock song playing in the background, “back against the wall, aint nothing to me ain’t nothing to me” are faintly audible. The boy enters the dance to be greeted by a room full of background laughter and lights that illuminate the whole screen. It is obvious that this moment will be the climax.