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Zbigniew Preisner

German journalist Marta Hillers’ anonymously-published memoirs receive the big-screen treatment courtesy of director Max Färberböck with Nina Hoss starring as Hillers, a woman struggling to survive the ordeal of the Soviet occupation of Berlin immediately following the end of World War II.

Solo piano, lonely strings, mournful vocals – all are hallmarks of Zbigniew Priesner, the legendary Polish composer whose simultaneously haunting and ethereal scores have typically been most closely associated with the films of the late Krzysztof Kieslowski. Rarely, however, has a setting more appropriately lent itself to Priesner’s unique musical voice than the horror and desolation of postwar Berlin. If the conflicted, purgatorial quality of the score finds its most pure realization in the brilliant, simultaneously angelic and ghostlike a cappella "Goodbye, My Friend," it finds its most evocative voice in such tracks as "In the Gates of Hell," "I Need to Survive" and "The Triumphant Hordes," impassioned orchestral supplications that strain to the heavens from a veritable hell on earth.
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