wheelyq wrote:I saw There Will Be Blood. It was visually nice, but I didn't want to go see it again.
wheelyq wrote:Are you sure that guy from Radiohead did the score? There Will Be Blood takes place in the early 1900s?
Well, anyways TWBB was visually pretty cool, so I wouldn't say "don't see it".
Starring Daniel Day-Lewis
Music by Jonny Greenwood
Anderson had been a fan of Radiohead's music and was impressed with Jonny Greenwood's scoring of the film Bodysong. While writing the script for There Will Be Blood, Anderson heard Greenwood's orchestral piece Popcorn Superhet Receiver, which prompted him to ask Greenwood to work with him. After initially agreeing to score the film, Greenwood had doubts and thought about backing out, but Anderson's reassurance and enthusiasm for the film convinced the musician to stick with the project. Anderson gave Greenwood a copy of the film and three weeks later he came back with two hours of music recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London.. The film also contains a Brahms Violin Concerto used as a motif.
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