Christopher Nolan explains the ‘audio illusion’ that created the unique music in ‘Dunkirk’
|07/30/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Christopher Nolan has never been shy about challenging audiences with unique musical scores in his movies.
For 2010’s “Inception,” composer Hans Zimmer took Nolan’s reference in the script to Edith Piaf’s song “Non, je ne regrette rien,” and slowed it down to create one of the major musical themes of the movie. Then Zimmer and Nolan’s collaboration for 2014’s “Interstellar” led to the movie’s powerfully haunting organ music.
Nolan is constantly thinking about the music for his films at the script stage, and his latest, “Dunkirk,” is no different.
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