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tree_and_leaf ([personal profile] tree_and_leaf) wrote in [personal profile] sovay 2017-08-10 03:51 pm (UTC)

I feel similarly ambivalent about Hans Zimmer's score. It has brilliant elements: the Shepard tone that endlessly slides up the audience's nerves, the ticking that sounds like time always running out; it is often tenser or more mournful than the apparent action, keying us inside the characters' heads rather than their faces. I suspect I would enjoy it as a kind of independent suite. Most of the time I wanted it to get out of the way of the film.

The use of Nimrod was a bit obvious and therefore distracting, I thought.

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