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Boomkat Product Review:
Mica Levi furnishes the new A24 flick with a sticky sweet suite of strings chimes and trap tics, sequenced here with snatches of dialogue by the cast, inc Nicholas "Greg the egg" Braun lol
‘Zola’ is Janicza Bravo's film adaptation of a viral Twitter story written by Aziah “Zola” Wells, regaling her tale of a jag to Florida with another stripper, her boyfriend and her pimp. It’s an A24 film, so you know it’s going to get twisted, and Mica follows the narrative with a strong palette of synths, strings and rhythmelodic motifs that coolly conveys a sort of hot and sleazy Floridian atmosphere.
There are canny chops of dialogue from the film’s leads strewn throughout, including a bit of Nicolas Braun aka Greg “The Egg” from ’Succession’ for those in need of a wally fix there, while the fruitier synth flourishes can’t help but remind us of James Ferraro or Maxwell Sterling’s neon neo-classical evocations of modern day American lustre and bluster, and with a distinct twinkle of Harmony Korine-esque surreality and darkness just below the surface.