Music lovers, gather around! It is true that there are many car films with good and laughably bad music. However, today's topic is about in-car music that is featured in films that aren't about cars. Sounds challenging, isn't it?
Cars have a music player for a reason. However, it's rarely used in films. When a music player is being used in a film, the song was carefully picked to attract the attention of the viewers.
Let's test your music knowledge! Are you ready to accept the challenge?
Yes, yes, I'm deaf, but I had some help with my own QOTD, hah. My nomination goes to the 2012 film "The Perks of Being a Wallflower." The film was popular for its story, cinematography, and songs that were carefully picked. One of the scenes featured a powerful song called "Heroes" by David Bowie. The song was playing at maximum volume when Charlie (Logan Lerman), Sam (Emma Watson), and Patrick (Ezra Miller) were driving through a tunnel. According to Charlie, the "tunnel song" symbolises his ability to go through hard times. You can watch the aforementioned scene in the video above. Go right here for the lyrics.
Please include the following in your submission:
- Name of film
- Name of song and artist (if present)
- Link to a page with the lyrics
In a non-car film, what's the best in-car music you've heard?