Films That Don't Prominently Feature A Musical Score

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Films That Don't Prominently Feature A Musical Score

Post by MikeQuell » July 11th, 2013, 10:03 pm

I'll update this post as we go so we can have a nice list at the top.

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I just finished watching Revanche for the second time. What a beautiful film. It's a great piece of work to check out for Foley and editing reference. The film features no traditional score (not even when the credits start to roll) and the dialog is sparse. For having such little going on it's incredible how captivating the film is.

When it was over it got me thinking of what other great sounding films are out there that don't feature a traditional score. What are your favorites?

Warning, the below trailer for Revanche has some nudity, so NSFW.

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Re: Films Without A Traditional Score

Post by MikeQuell » August 1st, 2013, 12:12 am

I just got out from seeing "The Hunt" and man, what a powerful film. I only noticed one or two pieces of music throughout the whole thing and they were near the end of the viewing. Some really solid Foley work again. I would definitely check it out.



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