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Comments about the soundtrack for The Fan (Hans Zimmer)
Reason for scoring this film

Levente Benedek
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Tomek
Reason for scoring this film   Tuesday, November 30, 2004 (10:53 a.m.) 

Zimmer told in an interview that he decided to score this film because he received an OScar fo The Lion King and he knew that expectations would be high. He wanted to do a terrible score so in the next time he can compose anything he want. I know it sounds stupid for the first, but hey there is some logic inside.

I'm trying to fins this on the web if I find it I'll post it.

P.S. I think the heroic theme is beautifull. Which can also be herd in the LETTING GO song.

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Tomek
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Levente Benedek
Re: Reason for scoring this film   Wednesday, December 1, 2004 (1:42 a.m.) 

> Zimmer told in an interview that he decided to score this film because he
> received an OScar fo The Lion King and he knew that expectations would be
> high. He wanted to do a terrible score so in the next time he can compose
> anything he want. I know it sounds stupid for the first, but hey there is
> some logic inside.

> I'm trying to fins this on the web if I find it I'll post it.

> P.S. I think the heroic theme is beautifull. Which can also be herd in the
> LETTING GO song.

I'd call it rather a "sacrifice" theme. The song is sensational, but the very best statement of this theme is in the "Sacrifice" track (the short one, 0:57 running length) with dialogue by DeNiro and the sounds from stadium when Rayborn's character is announced - it is a magical moment (soft electronics in style of Broken Arrow also worth a mention). Although I have no idea about baseball, I think Zimmer at least captured the essence of the sport itself in this very moment - I totally disagree with the rewiev...

Tomek

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