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KNOPFLER,MARK

Music By Mark Knopfler From The Film Cal

KNOPFLER,MARK

Music By Mark Knopfler From The Film Cal

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the best.what can I say, the best.5Celtic melancholy -- an appropriate soundtrack for a cinematic tragedy of Northern Ireland"Cal" (1984), Pat O'Connor's film adaptation of Bernard MacLaverty's 1983 novel, introduced many American viewers to the tragic intricacies of the Northern Ireland conflict. MacLaverty crafted the screen adaptation of his economically written novel of love, death and destiny amidst the Troubles, and O'Connor's brisk, spare direction captures the stark and minimalist feel of MacLaverty's novel. The story is a simple one: Cal (played by John Lynch), a withdrawn young Catholic who lives with his father in a predominantly Protestant neighborhood, finds himself falling in love with Marcella (played by Helen Mirren), the Catholic widow of a Protestant police officer murdered by the IRA. The isolation that both Cal and Marcella feel -- emblematic, perhaps, of the vulnerable position of the Catholic minority in majority-Protestant Northern Ireland -- draws them toward one another; but secrets from Cal's past threaten their fragile relationship. To say more would require the proverbial spoiler alert.Back in the late 1970's, in the grimmest days of disco's notoriety, I was grateful to Mark Knopfler, leader of the British band Dire Straits, for keeping the fires of rock-and-roll alive. I didn't know at the time that one day I would also appreciate Knopfler's work as a gifted composer of film soundtracks; his soundtrack for "Cal" complements well both the story and O'Connor's visual style. Traditional instruments like tin whistle, mandolin, and uilleann pipes work well with Knopfler's distinctive style as a guitarist. A couple of melancholy leitmotifs predominate throughout, with emphasis on the quiet guitar melody that is featured on the track "The Road." But there are some changes of pace; "Father and Son" has an almost anthemic quality to it, and "Fear and Hatred" features heavier guitar that would have fit right in on one of Dire Straits' rougher-sounding songs -- the title track to "Brothers in Arms," maybe.One of the issues that always arises with regard to film soundtracks is whether the music on a soundtrack would work on its own, independent of the film. After all, the music of a soundtrack is written specifically to complement the visual action and drama of a motion picture; for example, when one hears the track "In a Secret Place" from this soundtrack, one knows at once that the music is mean to set a grim mood during a tense part of the movie, even if one has never seen "Cal." (The grim mood of much of the soundtrack matches the black-bordered cover of the CD, with its photograph of John Lynch as Cal being roughed up by two RUC officers.) I saw the film first, so I can't say what I would think of the soundtrack if I had heard the soundtrack first. But as things stand, I like the soundtrack very much.Back in the 1980's, "Cal" was regarded, along with Peter Ormrod's "Eat the Peach" (1986), as being possibly part of the beginning of a resurgence of Irish cinema. Today, however, it is not even the best-known movie about Northern Ireland. That honor would probably go to Jim Sheridan's "In the Name of the Father" (1993), with Paul Greengrass's "Bloody Sunday" (2002) getting an honorable mention for its cin ma-v rit treatment of the Bloody Sunday killings of nationalist demonstrators by British paratroopers in Derry/Londonderry in 1972. Yet Cal remains an adroit little film treatment of the tension and tragedy of the Northern Ireland conflict, and is still worth your time. So, for that matter, is Mark Knopfler's soundtrack.4Still Looking for the Movie on DVDI have always loved the soundtrack to this film ever since it first shown. I am looking for theDVD version of this film that won't cost me an arm and a leg. But until then I will have to becontent with this magnificent recording.5Love me some Knopfler!In my hierarchy of guitar gods, Mark is in the top 3. I was unaware of this particular album, and I can't remember where I learned of it, but based on what I read I thought I'd like it. So I ordered it. And it is excellent. I consider it better than Local Hero, though sadly shorter. I also got his latest album, Privateering, at the same time, and liked Cal a lot more.5Great AlbumAwesome music by an awesome guitarist! His guitar strikes deep into my heart....5Cal, the movie and bookExtraordinary film with Helen Mirren and John Lynch. And extraordinary music that perfectly fits the movie without overpowering the film. I saw the film first and it broke my heart and then I bought the s/t. I can visualize every scene from the s/t to the tragic and heartbreaking ending. Knofler perfectly captures the spirit and hearbreak of Northern Ireland. Just beautiful. If you haven't seen the film, do so. But be prepared to have your heart broken.5Worth listening toMark has always been amazing, this is no exception5Favorite for almost thirty years!!!!This, by Mark Knopfler, is my favorite c/d of all time. I have loved it from the first time I heard it playing over the loudspeakers in a store. I had to have it, and I've purchased more of this c/d for friends than any other. It is haunting. You must see the movie also....5Three StarsWas disappointed. Expected more music with lyrics.3i just like his music thinking mind .Mark Knopfler spent time in years past with Bob Dylan and he has carried his music in as solid form since . Great album5
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