Forgive Me For Lacrimosa
I had to use Mozart's 'Lacrimosa' for a short film.
The director had directed, and I had to oblige.
The track is to be used for a scene where the protagonist, an urban photographer, has died, and explores his realm after death. The soul of the 'capturer' (photographer) relives his 'urban encagement' through a queer "weep". The music thus, is stiffled, and disturbed as it traverses 'still' moments from the photographer's life.
I am sorry if I've hurt the Maestro.
Please feel free to comment.