Grieg, Bach, Et Les Beatles

You'll have your most fun with this if you do understand a little french. But if you don't... well, it's about Fincher's choices en regarde du musique.

P.S. If anyone can subtitle this, that'd be great.
Thanks, Micha, for the link!

5 comments:

  1. For the translation, gotta ask me guys ;-)

    Jousse (former Cahier du Cinéma journalist and cinema historian) remembers the first time he saw a Fincher movie, Zodiac, which gave him the need to rewind to the origins : Alien with its dark and reptilian score; then 3 movies with Howard Shore.

    Goes back again to Zodiac with its touch of genius, hiring David Shire.
    Fight Club score feels like a draft of Social Network's, where Fincher almost raps. In Girl, it gets better where music elevates the movie to an experimental level.

    Fincher also like to play with music : Marvin Gaye, Bach, The Beattes...

    The Game score sounds like a Jonas Meka music'.

    Jousse concludes : in a music, there's a always a secret. And Fincher's secret is in The Game piano music : he's a melancholic but hides it. That's why I love him.

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  2. You can find many more short videos like this if you "google" arte.tv blow up.
    But you have to understand french (it is maybe translated in German).

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  3. Nothing to add to gould's translation ! It's true that people often forget that Fincher does great choices in terms of soundtrack.

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