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ITT: great films with great soundtracks.
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Blue Velvet
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The OST was recorded by Broadcast and the sound design is fucking intense and lusciously detailed too. Anyone interested in sound in film should watch this.
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Anyone interested in cool jazz will love this soundtrack.
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>>51712017
Nice choice. I always loved the music that played in the final scene, as well as how music could be heard through just day to day scenarios like the workers out on the field and how their hacking at crops created a beat.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9Q7eImnYpc

The whole OST is beautifully composed. Moments of wonderful ambience and then like the track above, true oriental fucking jams, man.
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>>51712073
holy shit
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>>51712073
> Japanese as fuck traditional drumming
> tap dancing sampled into the beat
> a quickfire turntable scratch in there somewhere

This makes me weak at the knees, anon.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k07cflKCl-Y

People take this campy movie WAY too seriously.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOYrI0vCSoE

Enjoy.
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Like the film or not, you gotta admit that the OST is really unsettling.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSayfrbSzzM
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have a bump, /mu/ usually has good taste in films
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>>51712202
The tracks don't vary too much but overall it's so fucking distinctive. Those nasty strings peeling away on the OST really creeped me out, almost like they're distorting but not entirely
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>>51712202
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lggI2bQefeU

My favourite, would legit listen to this a lot outside of the film. It's hauntingly pretty.
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>>51712073
I can dig it
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>>51712152
oh god I can never get enough music like this, seriously.
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GOAT OST coming through.
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>>51712002
Yes, I can agree with this. Philip Glass composed music for the whole trilogy, didn't he? But I think Koyaanisqatsi was at a time he didn't believe in composing for films so he just re-recorded an old composition of his or something like that, right? Nonetheless, fucking amazing soundtrack.
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Wes Anderson films are usually pretty good
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>>51712547
also Time Masters is pretty cool too if you're into psychedelic electronic music.
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Run Lola Run has a cool 90s techno soundtrack and despite it being babby's first foreign film, it's pretty good. `same goes for amelie
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>>51712002
Something from this gets stuck in my head on a weekly basis.
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>>51713132
Is it the chanting?
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>>51712073
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>>51713194
COY YAN E CAT SEE
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Saigon... shit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Is_Jj024Kq4
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>>51713054
Amelie introduced me to Yann Tiersen so I can agree with this.
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You guys seen anything good recently?
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>>51713288
I finally sat down and watched Andrei Rublev. Had the Tarkovsky box set for years but I kept putting off Andrei Rublev because of its length, kinda disappointed with myself for that as I ended up loving it. It's pretty fucking brutal and striking, man. Andrei taking a vow of silence about half way through the film to punish himself for the sin of murdering another man, breaking it in the end to comfort someone is kinda beautiful.
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stalker has a really great soundtrack. Also, really glad we have another one of these threads, people were really chill last time
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>>51713329
Rublev is a fucking classic. Glad you liked it.
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>>51713350
Agreed. I also find /mu/ is surprisingly an enjoyable place to discuss films. /tv/ is almost as bad as IMDb for film discussion.
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>>51713288
interstellar lol
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Every Leone film with a Morricone score, but especially Once Upon a Time in the West
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>tfw will never watch a film as good as the mirror ever again
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>>51713288
Frank was cool. Charming, funny, surprisingly dark and cynical at times. Really liked the music the band in that film were doing and a bit disappointed it isn't a real band hah
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>>51713288
I saw Birdman
really impressive actually, reminded me of Rope and Black Swan (ever so slightly)
But the other night I saw the Bresson film Pickpocket and it blew me away. Reminded me of crime and punishment
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>I'm an art film man myself. Bergman, Tarkovsky, the list goes on...
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>>51712202
Is this film actually worth a watch? Heard polarising things about it.
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>>51713485
Even genuine film art enthusiasts enjoy the works of plebs like Tarkovsky and Bergman, m8. it's not like their works are bad.
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>>51713485
replace bergman and tarkovsky with anderson and jarmusch and then you're spot on
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>>51713464
Everything about Birdman was incredible. It's a film that actually makes an artistic statement. Most other oscar contender in recent history just try tell a sad story, with bonus points for white guilt. Birdman is about how we, as human beings, perceive the world around us.
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>>51713497
I liked it but honestly the only way you'll find out is if you sit down with it sometime. As you said, it's polarising. It's cool to see Scrlett Johannson trying out a role outside of her comfort zone. Without telling much about the film - it's seriously best not to know anything about it - she plays as an extraterrestrial without human empathy, luring men back to her resting place as her victims. It's partially hidden camera too as some of the men she picks up in her transit van early in the film didn't know they were being filmed, but I think that's only like one or two people. Overall, it's a pretty unsettling film and I think you should watch the trailer just to get a brief impression of what you'll be in for.
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>>51713539

There's nothing wrong with Bergman or Tarkovsky, it's just that they are these go-to directors for people who wouldn't dare to say they were into a director which isn't universally considered great and also well known.
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Any silent film fans on /mu/?

What are your preferred scores for some of your favourite silent films?

For me, Biosphere's score for Man With The Movie Camera is hauntingly cold and suits that film well. Also really enjoyed KTL's scoring for The Phantom Carriage.
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>>51713967
I getcha, and I do see people like that a lot too. People who claim they love art cinema yet can only tell me one Tarkovsky film and how it was "beautiful just because"
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>>51713984
watching nosferatu with a full pit orchrestra is a life changing experience
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>>51714033
I need to see it, man. Recently been getting into FW Murnau with Faust so Nosferatu will be my next one to see of his.
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>>51713984
Biosphere should score for films like The Great White Silence, South and The Epic Of Everest. His music is perfect for those settings.
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>>51714056
hope you like it anon. If you do, I'd recommend Vampyr by C.T. Dreyer
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GOAT
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>>51714033
Wait, is that something you saw live? That sounds awesome
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I always thought the performances on The Piano Teacher and The Pianist were wonderful. Great films too.
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What do you guys think of Philip Glass' new score to Dracula?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXoKbnfvftw
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>>51714167
Yeah, we've got a really cool local theater that does shit like that around halloween
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>>51714278
That sounds so fucking cool. The most I have near me is a few towns across there's a hall with a wurlitzer and I think from time to time they might do silent film screenings. I wish there was something proper like you seem to have with your local theatre. Genuinely jealous m8

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Didn't know this was a thing, checking it out now
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>>51714237
I need to properly check out Philip Glass sometime, this sounds wonderful and I loved what he did for Koyaanisqatsi too.
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>>51712296
This is pretty fucking cool, man.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOt6ppIBOd4

At the end of the movie this actually gave me goosebumps. It was a good kind of feel.
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>>51713288
I watched Kurosawa's Drunken Angel. A bittersweet tragedy. I loved how honest the film felt, there was no bullshitting and no over sentimentality which I loved. Too much sentiment in films puts me right off from watching them, so it felt very genuine when Drunken Angel had its intimate moments. Also that ending.
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>>51714676
It's an okay film but I don't remember anything on the soundtrack other than squarepusher and my bloody valentine.
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>>51712152
That hits the spot, right there, anon.
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>>51713329
funny games. wasn't very funny at all lol

cool to hear naked city on it though
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>>51714674
Kurosawa is always pretty earnest, one of the things that makes his films so great to watch.
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>>51714870
did you watch the original, or the one from 2007?
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>>51714877
Yeah, it definitely seems like it. Been watching a lot of his films recently and it's somewhat charming how genuinely honest they all are. I like how reassuring a lot of his films are too - things don't usually go the way they were planned to, but efforts are appreciated. I'm thinking specifically about Ikiru where the council worker only has a few months to live so he works as hard as he can to help out the community with building the playground and even though he was bullied and intimidated to try and not get the work done, he fucking did it. Even if the scumbag vice-mayor took credit for it, it was enough to know that people really appreciate the man's efforts after his death. That film hit home hard for me.
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>>51714897
the original
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>>51714870
I remember reading that Haneke intended the film to be a form of punishment for the audience. The more they watched, the more they'd be punished with something they didn't want to see happen. I think it was meant to challenge the audience and how far the audience would go, like the kidnappers in the film, because as an audience we usually want to see bad shit happen on film.
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>>51714949
Nice! that's one of my favorite movies
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>>51714968
It's kinda like (in /mu/ analogy terms at least) Filth by Swans. It's supposed to feel fucked up
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>>51714933
The way he tells story's is kinda doestoyevsky-esque. No BS, just humans doing shit. I love it.
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>>51714933
That film should hit home hard for everyone, it's a personal message to those stuck in office jobs or those who have been stuck in beaurocratic potholes in which they're passed from sector to sector in which nothing ever gets resolved.
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Always loved the David Bowie song at the end of Lost Highway.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aepBpZ3kXek

It reminds me a lot like Scott Walker.
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>>51715101
That whole soundtrack is goat.
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Performance and The Man Who Fell To Earth should be films /mu/ loves but whenever we get these types of threads, they never get mentioned. Is it just that /mu/ is out of touch with based Nicolas Roeg?
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>>51715142
Agreed. Lynch has a good taste in music. Always loved that free jazz sax shit in Lost Highway too.
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>>51715101
> implying this isn't the GOAT musical performance from a Lynch song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZHfFhMxf-8
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>>51715213
*from a Lynch film

But I guess you get what I meant
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>>51715213
> that recording of the girls screaming over and over

Fucking kek
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Birdman has a soundtrack of almost purely jazz drumming and it is great.
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I hope you have half an hour to spend because if you do, you should really spend it watching this short film with one of the best soundtracks I have legitimately ever heard for a short film, if not for films in general. Also if you like early psychedelic cinema and the occult, you'll enjoy it too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTjXYKmBsxU
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where muh french new wave niggas at

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3nAktOHQKo
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>>51715362
That film is one cruel motherfucker. I heard its intention was to infuriate and outrage, so it's quite an endurance test for viewing. It's fucking designed in every aspect to put you off from watching it, from ridiculously long and slow shots to ridiculous sound design and absurd dialogue that goes nowhere.
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>>51715362
Shit son, My family always watches breathless as a family tradition.
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>Shop at Macy's and love me tonight...
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>>51712030
Underrated film.
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You can't beat the classics.
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> there are actually people on this planet who refuse to watch black and white films because there's no colour
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hans zimmer, clint mansell, the list could go on...
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>>51715362
i'm here too. watched last year in marienbad today. been meaning to check out more jacques demy and jean cocteau recently too, only seen les enfant terribles and lola from both of them.
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Is there no love for The Last Unicorn? ;_;7
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEIXUNKA9NY

You cannot comprehend how much I love this OST. Also throw in The Plague Dogs and Watership Down too since I'm mentioning my favourite 70s animated films:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXBMZicJjc4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neBftfMt5xA

Can you get any more nostalgic and feels-driven than this trio of films?
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>>51715864
u a cheeki cunt m8
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>>51715978
My childhood, anon
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