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A must have OST
on 25 March 2014
Alexandre Desplat is a frequent collaborator with Wes Anderson, and he does not disappoint here, as it is intrinsicall part of the whole movie experience. Due to the rather idiosyncratic nature Anderson's work he requires an OST that will enhance his individualistic style and I believe that Alexandre Desplat delivers a signature sound track that does it job and then some. This then is exemplified by orchestral elements with keyboard instruments and ambient hums, weaving together eclectic variations of a few melodic themes. Then add influences of eastern European folk music and you have classic must have OST.