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Harald Kloser: Day after Tomorrow

img  Tobias Fischer

As the eye of the audience approaches the first scene, Kloser adds shining strings, muted snare rolls, delicate flute arpeggios and harp, but retains the demure glory of his invention, resisting the temptation of taking the pent-up energy to the point of explosion – just the kind of subtlety the movie itself will mostly eschew over the next two hours. It is one of the surprising twists of popcorn cinema that a man so steeped in effects as Emmerich should consider Klose the right musical partner for many of his soundtracks – this guy doesn't even have a homepage.

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