Today we watched a documentary about the sound in 'Casino Royal'. I found out it counts for 50% of the final product, I found this interesting as films during the 'silent era' had no sound, but were popular. From the documentary I learnt that even little noises , that I was previously likely to ignore, are important. Although the clip was about a James Bond film, so was very large scale and everything they done was too advanced for out film, like the car crash foley sound. It was useful to illustrate how important sound was.