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Re: What if Zimmer score MR.
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• Posted by: Pawel Stroinski   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, October 3, 2002, at 7:37 a.m.
• IP Address: pc24.pi.tpsa.pl
• In Response to: Re: What if Zimmer score MR. (iBug)

> I saw the film 2 days ago, then I saw it again, was listening to the score
> for 4 months and all I can say is that the score works perfectly in the
> film. Actually the film is not an action film at all. There are only 2
> major action scenes and their total length is at most 10 minutes in the
> film. The film is a science-fiction/drama and it concentrates on the
> characters more than the future and the main point is the question of
> whether we can control our future or are we destined for some things. But
> the mood of the film is definitely Hitchcock so naturally the music is
> Herrmann style. I like Zimmer's music but not for this film, definitely
> not. Even if he did this score, it wouldn't be traditional Zimmer music,
> like Hannibal it would be something different.

Yes, it wouldn't be strictly action, but it wouldn't be Hannibal too. It would be progressive and industrial with many harsh electronics.

Action cues could be maybe a little disorderly.

> Btw I didn't hear anything about a Spielberg movie getting scored by
> Zimmer. Maybe it will happen some day when Williams is no longer around.
>
But not before Episode 3 and Indy 4.

From what I heard Zimmer was to score Band of Brothers. And Spielberg, after Crimson Tide, is a declared Zimmer fan. This is why Hans is the musical director in DreamWorks.

Pawel



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