Posted by: Mauricio <Send E-Mail> Date: Thursday, April 12, 2001, at 7:04 p.m. IP Address: h-207-148-134-79.dial.cadvision.com
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> I agree, most of the time dialogue ruins the album. Especially with the
> case of John Williams Angelas Ashes. But here I think it works very well.
> The dialogue is always very good and well spoken by Hopkins, and fits the
> music. Not to mention the certain camp quality Hannibal has to it. I think
> it works.
I certainly believe, the dialogue in this sountrack serves to enhance the mood of the movie as well as the character of Hannibal Lecter, the knoledge of this character and the romanticism that seems to flow from him. Definitely I wouldn't like this soundtrack so much if it didn't have the voice of Hopkins in it.
so I agree with those who regard the dialogue in this wonderful soundrack as an enhancer rather that a degradant. Thanks.