I usually don’t buy movies because of a good soundtrack, but there is a first time for everything. When I flew to Australia, one of the in-flight movies was Sunshine, a nice science fiction movie with a spectacular soundtrack and some marvelous video photography even on the crappy LCD screen in the back of the seat in front of me. For some time I’ve been looking for the movie OST, but a little digging around in the interweb has revealed that the soundtrack was never released and probably never will. You can find an unofficial version floating around on the web, but it’s only a rip of the music straight off the DVD.
When I was grocery shopping today, I noticed that they had the Sunshine DVD for sale (grocery shops sell all kinds of stuff these days) and decided to go for it. If it was a good movie on the plane, it’s very likely that it’s a good movie in our living room as well.
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