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Comments about the soundtrack for Ever After (George Fenton)
The Wedding, and who wrote that review?

JAmes Mitchell
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The Wedding, and who wrote that review?   Friday, February 15, 2002 (10:52 a.m.) 

Who wrote that review? Did you actually watch the movie, or only listen to the score? If you watched the film, you would know that the wedding of "cinderella" and the prince is not actually filmed. the wedding in the score is that of the prince to the spanish princess, and therefore has no need for love themes, or "sweeping strings". It is a wedding of obligation and superficiality, not one of love. e-mail me with opinions.
-jAmes

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