Clark: Daniel Isn’t Real (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

SKU: 39697097
Clark: Daniel Isn’t Real (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Clark: Daniel Isn’t Real (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

SKU: 39697097

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Daniel Isn’t Real (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Artist: Clark
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 028948377374
Genre: Soundtrack

Double vinyl LP pressing. Clark's soundtrack for Adam Egypt Mortimer's psychological horror thriller Daniel Isn't Real is a darkly euphoric dreamscape that evokes both rapture and dread. The Brighton-based British musician's mutated orchestra score plays it's part in telling the tale of the mayhem unleashed after college freshman Luke is taken captive by his charismatic imaginary childhood friend, the increasingly malevolent Daniel. Clark's score, which mirrors Luke's descent into the abyss of psychotic violence while reinforcing the unanswered questions about Daniel's identity, was praised by thehollywoodnews. Com for delivering "a brooding, moody, chain of sound that runs parallel to the story", enabling viewers to work out Luke's mental state based purely on what they hear.


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