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Earlier work has shown how jazz can deepen the meanings of a cinematic experience; can enrich the development of plot, character, or other dramatic themes in a motion picture; and can contribute to various aspects of a film's significance. Conversely, the present essay focuses on how this cinemusical process can break down-leading to unsatisfactory or problematic results-especially in a jazz biopic that portrays the life of a great musician. In this connection, dwelling on the dark side ofdoi:10.1558/jazz.v1i1.99 fatcat:yxvk4sdbyvfszdd75mpoivomqa