Another filmed we watched a clip was Senna, which is a documentary about Ayrton Senna, who was a Brazilian Formula One driver who won three championships before his early death at the age of 34.
For this film, we saw a clip where Senna had won a championship. Above the footage, a voiceover was played above by the commentator (Murray Walker). In my opinion, this gives the shot a professional film and brings it together as a scene. The timing of the voiceover and the footage is thorough thought about, as it allows the audience to see Senna in the context that the voiceover is implying.
I feel it has a big impact on the scene. It allows you to emotionally connect with Senna, to know how it feels in that moment – you feel happy for him, the playfulness with his friends and the water is almost moving. It works very well as a misé-en-scene and creates a nice moving feeling within an audience.