Music for Moving Pictures (Original Soundtrack)
The three documentaries represented on this CD vary greatly in subject matter, yet have a connection through their usage, in varying degrees, of historical footage and vintage cameras dating back to the 1920s. When Medicine Got it Wrong blends historical film with contemporary imagery telling the story of parents who rocked psychiatry. Balancing Acts: A Jewish Theater in the Soviet Union relies entirely on archival footage from the first decades of the Soviet Union. Native New Yorker is a contemporary silent film shot before, during and after 9/11 with a hand-cranked 1924 Cine Kodak camera.
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