Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Director: Schrader* Paul (Drama).
Badalamenti's blood and mascara in Venice
olofpalme63 | auf der flucht! | 11/01/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
Some will argue that this score was better suited for an Italian ganster mellow drama like...The Godfather part IV perhaps. However, Francis Coppola stands firm on the debate of future "Godfather" releases. I wonder how many other films based on a Mario Puzo novel would have fared with Angelo Badalementi doing the background noise? No matter though, Angelo Badalamenti would become a very important figure in the days and lives of David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Lost Highway & Wild At Heart) fans.
Badalementi's score in Paul Schrader's (Blue Collar) 1991 film "The Comfort Of Strangers" will not only enthrall you, it will mesmerize you with or without the aid of the brilliant (albeit; creepy) Christopher Walken. Harold Pinter's play seems to take on an entirely different demension here, an atmosphere of impending doom lurks within every scene...or track. Not many films boast a superior soundtrack, Schrader's The Comfort Of Strangers does. This is a must have release, even for David Lynch enthusiasts.