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Cinema Paradiso (1993) Retail CD
A nostalgic homage to the glory days of cinema and of a young boy's inspirational friendship with the local projectionist (Philippe Noiret) in a small Italian town, Cinema Paradiso is one of the best-loved of modern European films. Winner of an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, the full three-hour director's cut is an indisputable masterpiece. Having already in the 1980s scored such emotionally intense dramas as Once Upon A Time in America and The Mission, Ennio Morricone was inspired to write one of his warmest, most heartfelt and moving scores. His main theme, set for piano andmore… solo violin over strings, is gloriously bittersweet, marvellously evoking a past which can never be revisited except on screen. He contrasts this with a more urgent, questing theme in "Runaway, Search And Return" and the inescapable circling terror of "Cinema On Fire". Introduced on delicate woodwinds, the utterly beguiling "Love Theme" is actually by Andrea Morricone and fits the mood of the score to perfection. Cinema Paradiso marked the beginning of a fruitful creative partnership between Ennio Morricone and director Giuseppe Tornatore; the similarly themed The Star Maker (1995) being perhaps the most memorable of their later ventures. -- Gary S. Dalkin
|3||While Thinking About Her Again|
|4||Childhood and Manhood|
|5||Cinema on Fire|
|7||After the Destruction|
|9||Love Theme for Nata|
|10||Visit to the Cinema|
|12||Runaway, Search and Return|
|13||Projection for Two|
|14||From American Sex Appeal to the First Fellini Film|
|15||Toto and Alfredo|
- Cinema Paradiso (1993) Retail CD
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- 30/04/07 by allcdcovers
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