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For Pocahontas Menken worked with esteemed lyricist Stephen Schwartz, the man who would continue to write the songs for Wicked eventually. They created a memorable soundtrack that has some Broadway influence Together, but is mainly an in-depth study of the prejudice surrounding the settling of America, using nature’s imagery to bring their point home.
With tunes like “Just Around the Riverbend,” “Listen TOGETHER WITH YOUR Heart,” and, of course, “Colors of the Wind,” the Pocahontas soundtrack is deep ear candy. The score is breathtaking as well; I especially love the “Farewell” piece by the end. One would believe with gorgeous animation and stunning music that Pocahontas would be the most beautiful film Disney has ever cranked out.
The creative team focusing on it certainly thought so. In the audio commentary, co-director Eric Goldberg pointed out at a few points during the film where there were prolonged scenes where there was zero dialogue whatsoever, only using the animation and the music to inform the whole tale. Because of how strong the music and animation are in Pocahontas, I deeply regret that they didn’t push that idea further.
They should have removed the dialogue altogether. Pocahontas was such a strong film from a visual and musical standpoint that dialogue just wasn’t necessary; in fact, the dialogue and personality interactions will be the very best detractors from Pocahontas’ overall quality. Essentially, the filmmakers are dumbing down their fine craftsmanship with the impression that the audience needs aid in grasping the finer nuances of the story they have crafted for us.
The point of symbolism is lost completely when it’s explained point blank to the audience. The creative team desired so badly because of their film to be a deep and deep experience that they employed dialogue as a big, bright flashing indication pointing at the key scenes that are supposed to have great meaning.
Water ripples frequently act as a literary mark without requiring much explanation, so when Grandmother Willow vocalizes the way the ripples are highly relevant to John and Pocahontas Smith’s plight, their power as a symbol within the whole story is diminished. Then there will be the scenes that should have been the crux of Pocahontas but weren’t even in the film. I strongly believe that the audience should have witnessed Pocahontas’ wish as opposed to just hearing Pocahontas and Grandmother Willow talk about it at size.
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Doing so might have eliminated a number of of those unnecessary dialogue moments that I stated, as well as made the moment where Pocahontas is led down her path by the “spinning arrow” much, much, much more powerful. By visually conveying to the audience that Pocahontas is wanting to discern her route, there might not need been a dependence on Grandmother Willow to be in the film at all. Would that be so bad? Disney made a significant effort to get this to film more practical and more dramatic than most of the prior Disney computer animation offerings.
They removed the pets’ capability to speak and didn’t include any big show stopping Broadway influenced musical numbers that were the standard of the Disney Renaissance. Including a talking willow tree as a primary character seems a bit counter productive to that goal. If that they had eliminated a great most the dialogue, Grandmother Willow would be rendered a completely unneeded personality. The filmmakers mentioned that they needed a maternal figure for Pocahontas to confide in; I, for one, think that the audience would have been smart enough to follow Pocahontas’ seek out her route themselves.