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Also Sprach Zarathustra
Written by Richard Strauss (as Richard De Strauss)
Arranged by Eumir Deodato
Performed by Eumir Deodato (as Deodato)
Courtesy of Legacy Recordings
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Courtesy of King Record Co., Ltd. See more »
If you stay with the movie the greatness and the tears payoff.
I'm very sad to see all the dislike reviews to this Todd Haynes film. Since he made Safe also with Julianne Moore. It was both there first films together. You'll like this film. I'm not going to give any of it away. I just want to save it from all the bad reviews I see here. It's a 2 hour Todd Haynes film. You have to stick with it even for me it was hard but sometimes with a film you have to go with it. And like the other films I see him do. There always beautiful and the tears for this one was hard to hold back. It all makes sense in the end. And it's a interesting story. The 1970's songs he picked were great. Anyway Todd great job on this. I didn't even know about it. Till today.
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