's noir-ish comedy-romance-Catholic school pedophilia drama Bad Education benefits greatly from the haunting and achingly beautiful score from longtime collaborator. A somber blend of classical, choral, and -era, the Spanish composer's reverent compositions both aggravate and diffuse 's controversial images, bringing an elegance to the film's darker moments and a somber beauty to its sweeter ones -- builds a surprisingly secular sounding piano-led collage around 's Kyrie. Like his flamenco-infused score for the director's award-winning Talk to Her, is as jarring, enlightening, romantic, and sinister as the film itself, resulting in one of the year's finest moments in film music.
La Mala Educacion
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Nominee DFWFCA Award Best Director Best Foreign Language Film Directors Guild of Great Britain Nominee DGGB Award Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Foreign Language Film European Film Awards Nominee Audience Award Best European Director Best European Actor Nominee European Film Award European Director European Screenwriter European Cinematographer European Composer For European Film Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominee Independent Spirit Award Best Foreign Film.
La Mala Educacion Movie Summary
Album 2004 26 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Two kids, Ignacio and Enrique, discover love, cinema and fear in a religious school at the start of the 60s. Father Manolo, the school principal and their literature.