In the shadow of a church two men are assaulted at night. Random violence? A gay bashing? A filmmaker tries to uncover what really happened. Just how many issues remain undisclosed in this religious community?
“This film was very intense and beautiful to work on. The subject matter is a very current topic, about accepting people for who they are and accepting yourself for who you are. This in combination with the religious background of the character and the violent crime in the beginning of the film formed my score. I recomposed two hymns/psalms that were used in the film and took these melodies as the lead motives of my score. And because I wanted the music to be both intimate and aggressive where it should be, I used a string quintet as the main colour to play both the serene parts where you can hear the individual instrument and the aggression of the bows attacking the strings.” – Matthijs Kieboom
Dutch composer Matthijs Kieboom was born in 1985 in the city of Dordrecht. He started his musical education on the cello and the bass guitar before moving onto composition. His first feature film score was co-written for Fuchsia the Mini-Witch (2010). In 2011, Matthijs won the first place and the title of Transatlantyk Young Composer for 2011 at a competition created by Academy Award winning composer Jan A.P. Kaczmarek. He later won the Young Talent Award at the Krakow Film Music Festival and had his music played at the closing gala. In 2013, Matthijs collaborated with DJ Armin van Buuren on the BUMA-winning score for I Love Ibiza, the top selling Dutch movie of the year. Previous releases with MovieScore Media include the IFMCA-nominated documentary Wild, Bloody Marie and Pirates Down the Street. [https://moviescoremedia.com/newsite/]
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