30 Most Hauntingly Beautiful Film Soundtracks

Mainly instrumental and in no particular order:

  1. The Last of the Mohicans (1992) – R. Eldelman/T. Jones  – “Promontory”
  2. Schindler’s List (1993) – John Williams – Main Theme
  3. The Village (2004) – James Newton Howard – “The Gravel  Road”
  4. The Piano (1993) – Michael Nyman – “The Heart Asks Pleasure First”
  5. Blood Diamond (2006) – James Newton Howard – “London”
  6. The Man in the Iron Mask (1998) – Nick Glennie-Smith – “Surrounded”
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“Gone Girl” Mini-Review


Gone Girl (2014)


David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’, based on the novel by Gillian Flynn, starts off with a day of a couple’s fifth wedding anniversary when a husband, Nick (Ben Affleck) discovers the missing of his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike). As the investigation gets underway, Nick begins to admit more surprising facts about his marriage/private life to the point where his self-incrimination becomes inevitable.

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Chinese Puzzle (2013)

Chinese Puzzle’ is the final film in Cédric Klapisch’s travel trilogy (other films are ‘L’Auberge Espagnole’ (2001) and ‘Russian Dolls’ (2004)). The film presents Xavier ( Romain Duris (‘Populaire’ (2012)), a French writer who leads a confused and stressful life in Paris. When his girlfriend of 10 years, Wendy (Kelly Reilly (‘Flight’ (2012)) leaves him for another man and moves to New York, Xavier follows her to the Big Apple to be closer to his children. In New York, Xavier’s adventures begin as he rekindles romance with his ex-girlfriend, Martine ( Audrey Tautou (‘Amélie’ (2001)), marries a Chinese-American to get a US green card and becomes a surrogate father to his lesbian friend, Isabelle ( Cecile De France).

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