I chose this scene because I found interesting how Vito Corleone, is holding a cat while talking to Amerigo Bonasera. Reading articles about the movie, I found out that this cat, was not meant to be in the film, but Coppola found it while walking through the lot at Paramount Studios. The cat in the scene gives The Godfather a low key posture of power and dominance besides all the other symbols included in the scene. I find this relevant because it's a simple and little detail, that has great implicit meaning, and is interesting to see how Coppola created this masterpiece, with just a little example.
Jon Bellion is a 27 years old musician, (singer, songwriter, rapper and record producer). He is known for songs like "All Time Low", "Guillotine", "Woke The F*ck Up", "Obsession" and "Overwhelming" among others. He was born in New York and had musical preparation at "Five Towns College", university where artists such as Adam Levine and Joe Satriani studied as well. In my opinion, Jon Bellion is one of the greater current artists regardless of genre within music. He has a dinamic where he shows to his followers how he makes his songs and there, it may be seen all the work a standard musician must make. I find this very impressive and inspiring besides the good time I spend listening to his music and the vast information I get with his "Making Ofs".