I watched this film last night, and was pleased with the sound track; the I was quite suprised to learn that it was done by Ennio Morricone. It’s Worth checking out for those of you interested.
This is a very good film which was banned in a lot of places when it was first released. There was a new print made which played some theatres in the US a couple of years ago. It’s very appropriate for the times we live in.
Morricone only wrote some of the music. I think his contributions to the film are similar to the music he did for The Great Silence. Great OST if you can find it.
This is one of the best films I have seen. If you really like the movie you should buy the criterion edition (3-discs) It’s not cheap (and only on region-1 I think) but it has a great print and really interesting extras. Some very good documentaries about the movie (and the music) and the actual war. The soundtrack is fantastic. I picked one up on ebay.
nice movie indeed…