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Comments about the soundtrack for Malena (Ennio Morricone)

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• Posted by: Python   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, February 18, 2001, at 5:39 a.m.
• IP Address: ncgent01.telenet-ops.be

I think most american stores don't want to have an image of the sides of a woman's breast in their soundtrack CD section. you have to admit the Italian version of the cover (which I think was released in all of europe) is rather erotic...

Python

BTW I'd give the score atleast ****
And of the review: I don't often agree with Christian, almost never actually (accept for his dislikes of cheap TV synth scores). I can't honestly understand why someone would give something like legend of Bagger Vance, which is basicly the same theme (not entirely different from former Portman scores) over and over again a high rating and something like this, which si more interesting and diverse a mediocre rating. I have nothing against Portman, I love her work, but...






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