Ingrid Kertesi, Camerata Budapest
Franck Hedin end Nathalie Loriot
Lee Fields and the Expressions
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Boys Choir Of St. Bavo Cathedral
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
The Velvet Underground, feat. Nico
December, 11th 2016
Saint Laurent album description:The film tells us of luxury, glamour and deep depression of Yves Saint Lauren at the peak of his career. Bright, stylish, zooty, this film contains a mix of glam, punk and drama. Definitely the motion picture will be loved by lovers of contradictory and deep personalities who suffer on a background of universal love of entourage, masochistically enjoying their sufferings.
The collection of musical compositions to this catchy film consists of 15 basic + 15 additional tracks that perfectly matched to this chaotic and glamorous film haute couture, which intently, frame by frame, note by note, immerses the viewer into the whirlpool of events. No wonder that among the music there are such "monsters" from the world of music, who are just like the protagonist of the film – Yves Saint Lauren – in the fashion world: Johann Sebastian Bach and Richard Wagner. Of course, the film, imbued with the charm of the French fashion world, the best to match the French singers or performers that give completeness to the spirit of the motion picture. Songs like Rose Garden , La Mamma Morta and Stabat Mater perfectly cope.
Music list loads with depression a lot so you cannot open the best and lighted emotions of our soul with this music. It certainly emphasizes what is happening on the screen, but the possibility of permanent listening to the soundtrack for Saint Laurent is at a very great doubt, because it is very gloomy.
Generally, it believed that the more contrast of environment of the protagonist with his inner world, the more interesting it will look on the big screen. To judge for sure – if it's true or not – see the movie. Reference: Visit movie profile and read user reviews on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes