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Paul Hepker, Mark Kilian

South African director Gavin Hood’s breakout telling of Athol Fugard’s novel about a young delinquent (Presley Chweneyagae) whose life is forever changed when he steals a car with an infant in the back seat would go on to win the 2005 Academy Award for “Best Foreign Language Film,” propelling Hood to such big-name Hollywood productions as Rendition (2007) and X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009).

Soulful, spiritual, at times almost bordering on the ethereal, this score by fellow South African composers Mark Kilian and Paul Hepker, with the assistance of renowned Sotho singer Vusi Mahlasela, coalesces an entire nation’s musical identity – from indigenous tribal folk to European orchestral – into a single heart-rending whole. Apart from a few detours into ritualistic exhibitions of tribal percussion ("Bye Bye Baby," "Dog Flashback," and "Job at the Dube’s") this is a seraphic accompaniment to a painfully purgatorial tale, a musical guardian angel ever mindful that even in the bleakest of dilemmas, miracles can still change lives.
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