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In Your Eyes Song List
›Go Get Another Dream
Iron & Wine
›The Riot's Gone
Noah Maffit, Jessica Freedman, Written by Joss Whedon
›Trouble I'm In
›Glad I Found You
›In The Dark
›Stand In The Water
›The Break Up
›Make a Break for It (Instrumental)
›Together At Last (Instrumental)
›On His Way (Instrumental)
›Time to Go To Work (Instrumental)
›Rebecca Put In Hospital (Instrumental)
›Rebecca Is Having an Affair (Instrumental)
›Quirks and Insecurities (Instrumental)
›I Should Go (Instrumental)
›Phillip and Rebecca (Instrumental)
›Rebecca Visits Phil (Instrumental)
›Look under the Hood (Instrumental)
›Kinda Personal (Instrumental)
›Did You Ever Go Sledding? (Instrumental)
›10pm Date (Instrumental)
›It's Snowing (Instrumental)
›You're Real (Instrumental)
›In Your Eyes (Instrumental)
The strange plot of the film did not allow it to go to the big screens. It went out only on DVD and the concept of "box office" is not its part. What is it about – somehow two people, a man and a woman of about the same age, from different social worlds, are able to communicate at a distance with one another without the hardware or software. In general, if they speak aloud, they obtain the ability to hear each other. Add to that any means of communication – phone, tablet, notebook, etc. and you’ll get quite a typical story that someone suddenly came across someone in the process of wrong dialing and they were into a sort of romancing in the distance. So, basically, nothing special.
The film ends up with some escape to God knows where and boarding the train and embracing. Without further plans, with no hope on anything at all, they just took the train without money and documents, expecting that they will lead a normal life in future. Typically, these stories end in one, maximum 2 weeks, when they wanted as a fugitive, or they end up own scarce cash reserves and have to go back to where they fled.
Music producers have done everything possible to make the mood of the film was exceptional. For example, Santigold performed a great catchy melody of R’n’B genre. The Break Up is a composition full of despair that not only slow, but very mournful in addition. Andrew Johnson did a very good representative of the country music genre, which generally is dominant in this collection. Its examples are the Resurrection Fern and Fired Up.
Some songs of pop and Indie pop genres only supplement country sounding of all soundtrack, from which tranquility emanates along with small inconsistency. As from the motion picture.