|Directed by||:||Bryan Singer||Produced by||:||Bryan Singer, Brian May, Roger Meddows Taylor, Graham||Based on||:||Bohemian Rhapsody by Anthony McCarten||Starring||:||Rami Malek, Joseph Mazzello, Mike Myers||Production company||:||GK Films,New Regency Pictures,Queen Films Ltd.||Country||:||United States|
Bohemian Rhapsody is During one of the most recognized moments of Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen's classic masterpiece, the voice of Freddie Mercury claims to see "a small silhouette of a man". Then, as the intensity of the melody continues to grow, he recognizes that the sounds of lightning and thunder frighten him. Five times later we hear the word "Galileo", followed by a "Figaro" and an additional "Magnifico". The creation of that remarkable stanza of this true rock anthem is the focus of a new clip from Bohemian Rhapsody, the film that will hit theaters in October and which will obviously focus on the creation of the popular song that first appeared on the scene. disco A Night at the Opera. In the following video we see the Freddie played by Rami Malek making a request: "louder". Roger Taylor, the drummer of the band and who is played by Ben Hardy, proceeds to repeat the word Galileo again and again until achieving the desired tone.