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Comments about the soundtrack for The Fan (Hans Zimmer)

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• Posted by: Ed
• Date: Sunday, December 5, 2004, at 11:48 a.m.
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• In Response to: Christian, You have no idea! - READ THIS!! (Sebastian Moon)

So what happens, if this 'Second Character'is not played well?

You say all of what the music is supposed to convey in the film, but if it is FLAWED - people dont treat it at all seriously..just like the music.

Think about it.

> Okay, The Fan to me is a good but flawed film, it is definetely not a bad
> film though. Robert De Niro gave a standout performance, but what really
> tied it all together was Hans Zimmer's perfect score, which should really
> be the second main character. As with all of Hans's scores he captures
> emotions that are hidden, all of his music has subtext, depth and feeling
> that can only be glorified and enhanced by sound and music.
> music especially in The Fan is playing De'Niro's character, he is
> expressing the character's subconscious, and conscious situation.

> Christian and other non Zimmer fans, you have always criticized and dissed
> Hans's music for how it sounds, but did you ever think there is a reason
> and a purpose for why it sounds like it does? - Did you ever realise that
> film music is conveying and acting as the story and character?

> The Fan score easily ranks in the Top 10 of Zimmer scores, it's a true
> shame this score has received the attack it has been given.
> one day you'll understand what film music is all about.

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