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David Chase Just Provided An In-Depth Analysis Of The Final Scene Of ‘The Sopranos’

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David Chase has never given the audience a definitive answer about Tony’s fate at the end of The Sopranos, but he may have just done something even better. For the latest issue of DGA Quarterly, the Director’s Guild magazine, he went through the entire final scene. He hits all the most important shots and provides an in-depth analysis of his thinking and what he was trying to accomplish. The whole thing is very cool, and an obvious must-read for fans of the show. As Alan Sepinwall at Hitfix points out, this is “the most clarity with which he’s ever discussed the meaning and intent of that final scene.”

Topics covered include the selection of the scene’s musical accompaniment, “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey, and how they cut the shots to load everything up with even more depth:

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