- December 9, 2017 at 6:18 pm #98475ThorParticipant
Elfman’s IMDB profile is full of annoying entries by amateurs who have made short films, used Elfman’s music and then credited him as doing the original score. I did a thread on this once, but I can’t find it, so I’ll probably create a new one to get your input on these cheeky bastards.
BUT…such an entry we CAN be sure of is this short by Danny’s daughter, currently in post-production. I enjoyed Danny’s music for her previous film, DO NOT DISTURB, and am curious what he’ll do for this. Probably very low-fi, low budget, but still.April 11, 2018 at 3:35 pm #98591ddddeeeeParticipantApril 11, 2018 at 10:49 pm #98593boingomusicParticipant
What a touching film. I had the chance of meeting Clare Elfman twice.
The first time, I did not know anybody. And she sat right next to me and started chatting.
She was such a nice person. I could have talked to her for hours. Such an interesting woman.
We talked a lot about education, since she was a teacher and I teach as well. She made me feel confortable from the minute I arrived.
It’s so moving to see the intensity of such a short film. It’s short. But yet, very deep.April 12, 2018 at 6:34 am #98594DannyBikerParticipant
Indeed, quite moving for such a short film; it captures pretty well the mixture of loneliness, serenity and mischievousness that emanates from people who reach an old age.April 13, 2018 at 1:43 am #98597rkeaveneyKeymaster
Beautiful short film. Thanks for posting!April 24, 2018 at 1:40 pm #98600ThorParticipant
Thanks for sharing, dddeee!
I had no idea it was a documentary portrait of Clare. I thought it was a horror-type story. A very nice “snapshot” portrait of a person, and lovely Danny music to boot (my kind of Elfman score these days). I’m doubting it will ever see the light of day on an album, though.
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