The Music Never Stopped | Paul Cantelon
Based on the Oliver Sacks essay “The Last Hippie,” debut director Jim Kohlberg’s popular Sundance Film Festival entry stars J.K. Simmons and Lou Taylor Pucci as a father and son struggling to overcome tragedy through music.
Composer Paul Cantelon’s score for The Music Never Stopped leans on a variety of arrangements for guitar, conveying both the loneliness and the warmth of a father-son relationship strained by residual damage from the son’s brain tumor. Emotional without being sentimental, effective without being intrusive to the use of popular music in the film’s narrative, Cantelon’s music aims for an almost imperceptibly quiet subtlety, recognizing that the only music that never really stops is that of the heart.
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