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An unusually cerebral variation on the modern horror score, John Ottman's compelling Apt Pupil channels the music of the 20th century's most abominable real-life monsters — the Nazis — to create a richly orchestral yet menacingly powerful suite of themes rooted in Teutonic elegance. Apt Pupil is overwhelming both physically and psychologically. Ottman's choral vocals, bombastic brass arrangements, and militaristic rhythms vividly evoke the music of war-era Germany, capturing both the decadence and the depravity of the Third Reich.

Biography

Born: 06 July 1964 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Composer/editor/director and California native John Ottman's passion for music and film began at a young age in San Jose. Years spent making short films in his parents' garage eventually led the young auteur to USC, where he graduated from the university's prestigious School of Cinema-Television and met future collaborator Bryan Singer. With Singer, he would go on to compose the music for and edit films including The Usual Suspects, Apt Pupil, Superman Returns, and multiple entries in the X-Men franchise....
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