I've set it to music, partly to add ambience, but mainly because the original audio track features Amelie talking to the seagulls and begging for a biscuit, plus a woman on a bike stopping to ask me the time. She was perfectly polite, but I felt she detracted from the atmospheric seascape I was trying to create. Although she did have a voice like a foghorn.
Obviously the most natural choice of music to accompany the film would have been Nik Kershaw's 'I Won't Let the Sun Go Down On Me', but after careful consideration I went with a far more subtle selection: 'Superstar' by Nina Gordon. Because I don't have a website about Nik Kershaw.
The result is a soothing and relaxing vignette designed to calm even the most stressed out viewer...
Although when I tried to upload it to YouTube, they told me the music was copyrighted, and promptly banned it from the site. Frankly it made my blood boil.