Ted Lewis & His Orchestra
January, 23rd 2017
Hector and the Search for Happiness album description:Very, extremely, immensely, amazingly fascinating film with a magnificent, beautiful, tremendous sense of humor. Dedicated to all lovers of travel and self-discovery.
The essence of the film: British psychologist, a typical representative of the upper middle class discovers that his life is a solid routine and boredom of walking in the circles. And he asks himself if he is happy. And answered himself honestly that no. Well, he decides to go on a long journey, to know what the happiness is. And going on an incredible adventure, among which there are serious mishaps, such as waiting for a lethal execution in moist African prison, he still gets the answer to the question, what is happiness. What conclusion should be received from the audience of this movie? With only traveling and getting to know other people, visiting different places and seeing other countries, we not only receive cultural diversity, but also answering themselves the question: "What is happiness?" But perhaps a more specific, for personal usage – "Am I happy"?
In the collection we will hear artists such as Gorillaz and Abraham's Seed and will listen songs like pop, jazz (Room Service), folk (Party Like HotDog), rap and rock (Vessel).
Of the 16 songs of the collection, the Internet provides only exactly half. But it's enough to say that music producers made a selection of single direction – folk. To give the listener to feel the breeze of freedom in their hair. Let this wind of change brings us what we want from it. And we will be able to understand that the world is waiting for us. If not with open arms – it’s okay. We all only the guests on this planet, wherever we live. Reference: Movie profile on IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes