It’s episode 119 Film and TV score composer Anne Nikitin and Ben from Excuse the Mess podcast join Flixwatcher to review the Thom Yorke and Paul Thomas Anderson collaboration Anima.

Anima is the third solo album from Thom Yorke, it is also a short 15 minute film featuring the tracks Not the News, Traffic and Dawn Chorus. As you’d expect from Thom Yorke Anima is a surreal, dreamlike journey that starts of a dreary, commuter train and ends with hope (?) on a bus in the morning light and in between there is gravity defying dancing.

 

Scores

The end result is a beautiful collaboration of music and cinema, it is a joy to see Thom Yorke dance aided by some incredible choreography from Damien Jalet. Not just for Radiohead fans – Anima scores generously across all categories and scores a very high 4.63 overall.

What do you guys think? Have you seen Anima? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

Episode #119 Crew Links

 

Thanks to the Episode #119 Crew of Film and TV score composer Anne Nikitin (@annenikitin)  and Ben from Excuse the Mess podcast (@etmpod)

 

Find their websites online at: http://www.annenikitin.com/ and https://www.etmpodcast.com/

Please make sure you give them some love

 

 

More about Anima

 

For more info on Anima, you can visit  Anima IMDb page here or  Anima Rotten Tomatoes page here.

 

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