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A song that was included in a trailer of a film was not a part of the film. So what should be used:

Why isn't this song part of this film?

Why isn't this song in the film?

What sounds more natural: "part of/in"?

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They're both acceptable colloquialisms (which is preferred will depend on where you're standing when you say it). Therefore, the complete concept...

Why was that song not included as part of the film?

Could be heard as...

Why isn't the song part of the film?
Why isn't the song a part of the film?
Why isn't the song in the film?
Why was the song cut from the film?
Why was the song deleted from the film?

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