There are several tasty elements and intrigues in David Chase‘s Not Fade Away (Paramount Vantage, 12.21), but my favorite scene occurs in a movie theatre sometime in late 1966. John Magaro and Bella Heathcote are watching the Maryon Park scene in Michelangelo Antonioni‘s Blowup, which is noteworthy for the sound of rustling bushes and tree branches. Magaro says to Heathcote, “What kind of a movie is this? It’s so quiet, and there’s no music telling you what’s going on or what to expect.” Heathcote says, “I think the wind is the music.”