20 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tony Morales is another young Hans Zimmer protégé with a bright future, already a composer for dozens of TV shows and a 2012 Emmy nominee for his collaboration with John Debney on the music for the Hatfield & McCoys miniseries. This unusual, Joss Whedon–penned paranormal romance is just Morales’ second feature film score, one he notes challenged him “to come up with a sound that felt romantic and otherworldly at the same time. In Your Eyes is a love story at its core, but it does have a supernatural angle that was important to express.” The composer explains he likes to “write themes first in the process to get everyone excited about the sound. Creating an overall (musical atmosphere) was the most challenging part. We were very careful not to overplay the supernatural part, as it’s not really the foundation of the story. The opening scene was key because the entire story unfolds after the events that happen in it. So the score had to be confident in its approach, right from the get-go.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tony Morales is another young Hans Zimmer protégé with a bright future, already a composer for dozens of TV shows and a 2012 Emmy nominee for his collaboration with John Debney on the music for the Hatfield & McCoys miniseries. This unusual, Joss Whedon–penned paranormal romance is just Morales’ second feature film score, one he notes challenged him “to come up with a sound that felt romantic and otherworldly at the same time. In Your Eyes is a love story at its core, but it does have a supernatural angle that was important to express.” The composer explains he likes to “write themes first in the process to get everyone excited about the sound. Creating an overall (musical atmosphere) was the most challenging part. We were very careful not to overplay the supernatural part, as it’s not really the foundation of the story. The opening scene was key because the entire story unfolds after the events that happen in it. So the score had to be confident in its approach, right from the get-go.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

AbbyCK ,

Absolutely Amazing

The movie was brilliant, and the music left you to melt in your seat. Loved everything about it.

melly1979 ,

WONDERFUL....

It was such a wonderful movie. The soundtrack is so romantic and leaves you with a warm feeling inside. Keep hoping, if love hasn't found you, it will.

Cjconcepcion81 ,

"Zoe Kazan should be in a Nicholas Sparks movie"

Two worlds collide in this supernatural romance film... Zoe Kazan is the new Rachel McAdams of romance movies...

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