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Comments about the soundtrack for Far From Heaven (Elmer Bernstein)

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Re: Golden Globes tragedy
• Posted by: JS Park   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, June 25, 2004, at 12:22 p.m.
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• In Response to: Golden Globes tragedy (Michael Arlidge)

> It is a sad day when someone like Elliot Goldenthal wins a Golden Globe
> Award in preference to Elmer Bernstein. It is a pity that Goldenthal's
> talents (if he has any) as a composer do not extend to his ability to
> function as a human being on this planet. Elmer Bernstein on the other
> hand is both an imcomparable composer and a genuinely wonderful human
> being. The Golden Globe belonged to Elmer Bernstein and the failure of the
> Hollywood Foreign Press Association in realising this is an insult to
> their own integrity and that of the award itself.

> On a lighter note Elmer Bernstein still has an opportunity to win the
> Academy Award in March and we all have the opportunity to show Elliot
> Goldenthal that he is not worthy of mention in the same breath as Elmer
> Bernstein.
How dare you. Dang do I feel bad for Elliot Goldenthal. Its people like you who bash his work that make me feel bad. He is so misunderstood, and I dont know why! Why do you have to be so un-objective? Its ok if you dont like him but your attitude is awful sir. Goldenthal maybe didnt deserve the oscar for Frida but I think the Academy is paying him back for all the times he didnt get the award he deserved! Just think about it, sir.

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