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Boomkat Product Review:
By all accounts, Max Richter’s haunting blend of electronics and instrumental orchestration for The Last Days on Mars soundtrack is the best thing about this 2013 film.
We haven’t seen it, but the internet hive mind tells us that it got 16% on Rotten Tomatoes and took $24,084 on a budget of £10.6 million, so it’s either a bit shit or the reviewers were all a bit narky the day they saw it.
Richter’s score is full of classic deep space dread themes, particularly emphasised by his relatively rare use of big electronic sound design and technoid rhythms befitting of the futuristic setting (2040AD) and extra-terrestrial terror atmospheres, along with some hair raising string dissonance and romantic Hollywood themes.