Gaspar Noé is one of the most daring and accomplished filmmakers of his generation, responsible for celebrated movies like Irreversible and Enter the Void. As part of the RBMA Radio: Live Los Angeles festivities, we thought it natural to sit down with the director to discuss the role of music in film.
In a conversation with film composer and soundtrack supervisor Brian Reitzell for Red Bull Radio Live: Los Angeles 2016, Noé discusses a number of scenes where music has acted as inspiration or influence and showcases a wide range of films, including Un Chien Andalou, The Wizard of Oz and The Deer Hunter.
01:08 Contempt by Jean-Luc Godard
03:21 Un Chien Andalou by Luis Buñuel
09:31 "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Judy Garland from Wizard of Oz and "My Name is Tallulah" by Jodie Foster from Bugsy Malone
14:38 Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story by Todd Haynes
17:04 Scorpio Rising by Kenneth Anger
22:50 The Mother and The Whore by Jean Eustache
26:00 Angst by Gerald Kargl
31:04 Under The Skin by Jonathan Glazer
36:34 Irreversible by Gaspar Noé
41:36 Touching The Void by Kevin McDonald
44:19 Fear City by Abel Ferrara and Body Double by Brian de Palma
50:10 Love by Gaspar Noé
53:15 Nightdreams by Stephen Sayadian
56:26 The Deer Hunter by Michael Cimino
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