At time 1:29:30 you can see a woman (Cindy Morris, governor's wife) carrying eight cups of coffee, whilst in the background you can hear the Governor's speech.

My question is what's the meaning/significance of this scene? What does it have to do with the speech or the plot?

Footnote: The sound of this scene is the governor's speech, so Cindy's steps are not heard nor the ambience of the outside.

Found this on youtube, this is the part I'm talking about:

  • I do not believe there is any deep significance to this. She has coffees for herself, her husband, the man who introduced him to the crowd, and five other people. Mar 27, 2019 at 4:47
  • thanks @JamesMcLeod idk, when I encountered this part, it felt like this scene wasn't supposed to be there.. mostly because it has no sound, I mean the only sound is the speech. The speech sound doesn't get lowered in that scene. Anyways I was just curious if anyone else would think this as an edition mistake.
    – JuanM.
    Mar 27, 2019 at 4:53
  • Also I believe all scenes must have a purpose, I'm not sure if this one has any..
    – JuanM.
    Mar 27, 2019 at 4:54


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