Zorro shows up at your door. OMG, you're wearing that icky sweatshirt, but wait, he takes you in his arms and suddenly you'e riding into the Castillian night.
When your personal turmoil requires that sophisticated Indy thing. Forceful acoustic guitars with a tense undercurrent give way to gentle Classical coda.
When you need to pull your viewer through a sieve. Simply brilliant combination of heart wrenching and inspiring. Great for elegies and the like.
When things really suck, this is your cue. For Creative Services People stuck with an awful topic or filmmakers in need of remote and emotionally withered, stark solo piano. The Second Impression is rhythmically steadier with more of an insistent feel.
Frankie And Annette Do It
12/8 shuffle beach luv. "Annette, I saw the way Moondog was looking at you and..." "Oh Frankie, you big lug, get over here" "You mean...over...there?"
You're not like other people; your emotions are big and require massive underscore to let the world know about it. So what do you do when you're feeling down? You choose this cue, that's what you do.
Gentle, orchestral setting creates a sense of peace and solace. Cinematic and rich. This has a mostly neutral flavor with a bucolic BBC kind of thing going on towards the end.
What have you done now? This is a new genre: Disgrace Underscore. Sheepish and shamed dum-dums must take "The Walk Of Shame".
Sparse, questioning, solo piano. Introspective, loss and longing, imploring for help, malnutrition, endangered animals, eating paint chips etc..
Feeling a bit emotional today, Heathcliff? Over the top Orchestral feelings run amok. You love her, you hate her, you throw yourself into the turbulent sea to prove it. Distant, piano over strings evokes just the right amount of torment and anguish.