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Comments about the soundtrack for Brokeback Mountain (Gustavo Santaolalla)

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-Wow! Can we say religious Zealot?
• Posted by: shaantvis
• Date: Monday, March 20, 2006, at 5:08 p.m.
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• In Response to: Homosexuality AND its music are BOTH SINS! (Glenna Pritchard)

> If Gustavo Santaolalla wrote the music for this terrible film before even
> seeing it, then he is as guilty as anyone who has committed SODOMY, for he
> must have written his music to represent HOMOSEXUALITY while trying to
> actively imagine the FORBIDDEN ACT.

> Santaolalla will suffer the pits of ETERNAL FIRE for his misjudgement!

Wow! did you even see the film? it doesnt sound like you have. I did and i thought it was a great film. I dont believe this movie represented homosexuality. Sure the two main characters were homosexual, but it was more of a character study than anything else. You see the effects of the difficult situations the two are put in. And honestly who are you to judge? why dont you let others who are more qualified and worthy to put forth judgment on other people. And as for the score it worked beautifully in the film. It slowly builds along with the emotional catharsis that occurs. Gustavo Santaolalla really did a great job of finding a soundscape that would perfectly match the emotion. It was very appropriate and i wouldnt know what else would have worked for this groundbreaking film.

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