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Comments about the soundtrack for The Russia House (Jerry Goldsmith)

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Re: As depressing as Requiem for a Dream?
• Posted by: Greg   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, August 8, 2004, at 5:59 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: As depressing as Requiem for a Dream? (dagwill)

> Ah, very good ... having just recently listened to "Requiem
> ...", I must admit that it is very, very depressing - but more than
> that, creepy. The violins breeze through a theme with syncopated,
> illogical rhythm, and more than anything the final scenes starring Harry
> Goldfarb in the movie, coupled with the main theme of the film is enough
> to send anyone screaming ... "The Russia House", depressing
> though it is, is listenable, because of its' very jazzy, snazzy character.
> "Requiem for a Dream" is not a proper score to my ears. Or eyes
> for that matter.

I should get the Russia House then.

Either I'm sick or just a real glutton for gloom, because I watch Requiem for a Dream for fun.

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