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Découvrez le film "Run Boy Run", un film réalisé par PEPE DANQUART ("Semana Santa", "Hell on Wheels", "To the Limit"), à travers les musiques composées par STEPHANE MOUCHA.

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Outstanding soundtrack for haunting movie 8 de julio de 2014
Por Paul Allaer - Publicado en Amazon.com
I recently saw “Run, Boy, Run” (original title: “Lauf, Junge, Lauf”) in the theater (more on that later). As I was watching the movie, I made a mental note to myself to check out the movie soundtrack, as I really liked what I heard.

“Lauf Junge Lauf - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (37 tracks; 62 min.; and no that is not a typo) brings the orchestral score composed by Stéphane Moucha, who has previously scored music for “The Lives of Others”, among others. “Snow Fields (Opening, Pt. 1)” and “Storm (Opening, Pt. 2)” play as a quick mini suite, with the slow-burning viola in “Snow Field” becoming one of the musical leitmotifs of the movie. As indicated by the number of tracks vs. the total running time of the soundtrack, there are many short (1 to 2 min.) pieces on here, in which Mouche sketches a quick moment, before moving on already. Also, it you haven’t seen the film yet, please do not pay attention to the track titles, because you can almost put together the movie’s plot by simply connecting the dots from the various track titles (such as “Suffering in Hospital”, “Srulik is Recovering”, “Escape from Hospital”, etc.). I suppose it’s unavoidable but still a bit annoying if you haven’t seen movie. My favorite track is actually te very last one, the 5+ min. “End Credits Lauf Junge Lauf”, which is another mini-suite which sums up the movie, and the movie’s score, perfectly. If you like orchestral scores, you will definitely be pleased with this one.

A quick word as to the movie (2013 release from Germany/Poland; 117 min.): I saw it 2 weeks ago at the 2014 Jewish & Israeli Film Festival (Summer Series) here in Cincinnati. It follows a young boy as he tries to survive in the Polish forests near Warsaw during WWII. Apart the immediate challenges of the day-to-say survival, there are some further serious undertones as to the boy's Jewish identity since he is immersed in the Catholic faith in order to increase his chances of survival. A haunting movie and I can only hope this will get a proper DVD release in the US sooner rather than later.

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