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Customer Reviews

Superbly Haunting

Having finished reading the book just days ago because I wanted to read it before I see the film I was ecstatic when I found this score which would've been excellent accompaniment whilst I was reading the book. It sounds fantastic so I'm going to have to buy it. The story is gripping, haunting and heart-breaking and I hope the film will be just as good. The music sends chills down my spine.

Excellent soundtrack

Lovely strings and cues. Quite sombre in tone, but one of the best soundtracks I've heard this year. Can't wait to see the film!

Pure emotional brilliance

I bought the soundtrack after being captivated by the film and it's score. This really does not disappointment, and despite the sad undertones to the majority of the tracks, it really is one of the most beautiful soundtracks I have ever heard. In particular 'We All Complete' is so evocative and wonderful to listen to, it brings back all the emotion I experienced while watching. I absolutely love this album.


Born: 11 December 1960 in Haslemere, England

Genre: Soundtrack

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

A British-born composer, Rachel Portman's biggest claim to fame was being the first woman to win an Academy Award (an Oscar, that is) for Best Original Score. The award, which resulted from her work on the 1996 film Emma, wasn't her only chance at the coveted prize. She continued her streak of well-received scores by earning nominations in 1999 and 2000 for Cider House Rules and Chocolat, respectively. Portman's first score, for the film War of the Buttons, appeared in 1994. She went on to write...
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