„Ferris macht blau“ als Drama


(Youtube Direktferris, via)

Das hier ist praktisch das Gegenteil von „Shining as a romantic Comedy“ und zeigt einmal mehr, wie verdammt wichtig der Soundtrack für einen Film ist.

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  1. Bronco

    verdammt geil gemacht!
    Ich bin sowieso der totale Fan von Filmscores und bei mir läuft den halben Tag StreamingSoundtracks.com
    Vor einiger Zeit gab es doch schonmal so ein Video, in dem die besten Horrorszenen ohne Musik dargestellt wurden, gleiche Wirkung.

  2. Peter Noster

    Naja, “Requiem for a Tower makes everything epic. (even Mr Bean)”

  3. gameria

    Finde den Clip ganz solide. Trotzdem frage ich mich etwas, was das ganze soll. Wieviel Zeit muss man haben?? LOL

  4. Case

    Nett, aber warum muss es immer “Requiem for a Tower” sein? Ich liebe dieses Stück ja, aber es nutzt sich langsam ab!

  5. Rocksteady

    Und wieder muß das Kronos Quartet dran glauben :-D.

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