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Number: OOPRCA63882

No. Tracks: 21
POSSESSION (CD)
Composed by: Gabriel Yared

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The moving soundtrack to the film was scored by Academy Award-winning composer Gabriel Yared. Yared has been providing stirring and lush scores more than forty feature films since the 1970's, earning a host of accolades and critical praise along the way. The soundtrack also features the closing credit title "Possession" performed by one of the leading tenors of his generation.

Set in both contemporary and Victorian England, POSSESSION, directed by Neil LaBute, is based on the novel by A.S. Byatt. The tale begins with Roland Michell (Aaron Eckhart), a laid-back American studying the renowned Victorian poet Randolph Henry Ash (Jeremy Northam) on a fellowship. When Roland discovers what may be a love letter from Ash, a supposedly devoted husband, to the reclusive poet Christabel LaMotte (Jennifer Ehle), he recognizes that he's on to a big literary discovery. Enlisting the help of skeptical British academic Maud Bailey (Gwyneth Paltrow), Roland embarks on journey to discover more about the link between the two revered poets. As Roland and Maud track Ash and LaMotte's elusive romance across the British countryside, the two scholars begin a relationship of their own. Although this film presents a kinder, gentler LaBute--who is known for emotionally caustic movies such as IN THE COMPANY OF MEN and YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS--POSSESSION still focuses on the relationships between men and women with skillful attention. Paltrow reprises her convincing British accent from films such as SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE and SLIDING DOORS, while Northam and Ehle lend gravity to their Victorian characters. However, it's Eckhart, a longtime LaBute collaborator, who proves to be the film's heart and soul; his relaxed yet complex personality grounds both the movie and its two intertwined stories. As the two tales progress, the relationships between the characters wax and wane, leading to an ending with a surprising twist. 2002

1. Possesso (Aria)
2. The British Museum
3. Gentle Possession
4. Discovering The Letters
5. Maud And Roland In North Yorkshire
6. Christabel's Room
7. Maud And Roland
8. Blanche's Diary
9. Etude To Christabel
10. Let Down Your Hair
12. Possession
13. Reading The Letters
14. Blanche's Suicide
15. Exile In Brittany
16. Renewed Correspondence
17. You Have A Daughter
18. Journey To Whitby
19. A Hotel Room In Whitby
20. Poignant Thoughts
21. Possession

  
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