Review: Nicholas Britell’s Lush and Devastating ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Score | Vox

As in Moonlight, sometimes Tish and Fonny look directly into the camera, into our eyes, daring us not to look away, letting us fall in love with them. Mixed with Nicholas Britell’s haunting score, the result is a blend of joy, compassion, and deep sadness.  – Vox

If you’ve seen If Beale Street Could Talk in theaters or on Digital VOD, then you understand how much Nicholas Britell’s score plays an important role in the atmosphere of the film which takes place in the early 1970s and based on the James Baldwin novel by the same name.  Read the full review over at Vox where they describe the score as “lush and devastating.”

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Annapurna Pictures presents IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, available on Digital (get it here) and on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here).

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