Das legendäre Leben von Steve Jobs: Micheal Fassbender schlüpft für das Biopic von Regisseur Danny Boyle in die Rolle des genialen Apple-Gründers. Die Rolle des visionären Apple-Gründers Steve Jobs übernimmt Michael Fassbender. Sie befinden sich momentan im Ausland oder leben nicht in Deutschland? In den Film erzählt Boyle die Geschichte von Steve Jobs anhand von drei. Das Technologie-Genie Steve Jobs steigt vom Studienabbrecher zum Apple-Chef auf und verändert die Welt, stößt dabei allerdings viele Menschen um ihn.
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However, Jobs was confronted after the plan was leaked, and he said that he would leave Apple. The Board declined his resignation and asked him to reconsider.
Sculley also told Jobs that he had all of the votes needed to go ahead with the reorganization. A few months later, on September 17, , Jobs submitted a letter of resignation to the Apple Board.
Five additional senior Apple employees also resigned and joined Jobs in his new venture, NeXT. The Macintosh's struggle continued after Jobs left Apple.
Though marketed and received in fanfare, the expensive Macintosh was a hard sell. Microsoft was developing its graphical user interface Although the Macintosh preceded the clones, it was far more expensive, so "through the late s, the Windows user interface was getting better and better and was thus taking increasingly more share from Apple".
Following his resignation from Apple in , Jobs founded NeXT Inc. A year later he was running out of money, and he sought venture capital with no product on the horizon.
Eventually, Jobs attracted the attention of billionaire Ross Perot , who invested heavily in the company. Davies Symphony Hall , San Francisco, California on Wednesday October 12, Steve Wozniak said in a interview that while Jobs was at NeXT he was "really getting his head together".
Like the Apple Lisa , the NeXT workstation was technologically advanced and designed for the education sector, but was largely dismissed as cost-prohibitive for educational institutions.
Jobs marketed NeXT products to the financial, scientific, and academic community, highlighting its innovative, experimental new technologies, such as the Mach kernel , the digital signal processor chip, and the built-in Ethernet port.
Making use of a NeXT computer, English computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in at CERN in Switzerland.
The revised, second generation NeXTcube was released in Jobs touted it as the first "interpersonal" computer that would replace the personal computer.
With its innovative NeXTMail multimedia email system, NeXTcube could share voice, image, graphics, and video in email for the first time.
After NeXT was acquired by Apple Inc. The first film produced by Pixar with its Disney partnership, Toy Story , with Jobs credited as executive producer,  brought financial success and critical acclaim to the studio when it was released.
Over the course of Jobs' life, under Pixar's creative chief John Lasseter , the company produced box-office hits A Bug's Life ; Toy Story 2 ; Monsters, Inc.
Finding Nemo , The Incredibles , Ratatouille , WALL-E , Up and Toy Story 3 each received the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature , an award introduced in In and , as Pixar's contract with Disney was running out, Jobs and Disney chief executive Michael Eisner tried but failed to negotiate a new partnership,  and in January , Jobs announced that he would never deal with Disney again.
In October , Bob Iger replaced Eisner at Disney, and Iger quickly worked to mend relations with Jobs and Pixar. When the deal closed, Jobs became The Walt Disney Company 's largest single shareholder with approximately seven percent of the company's stock.
Jobs Trust led by Laurene Jobs. After Jobs's death Iger recalled in that many warned him about Jobs, "that he would bully me and everyone else".
Iger wrote, "Who wouldn't want Steve Jobs to have influence over how a company is run? Not never but rarely". He speculated that they would have seriously considered merging Disney and Apple had Jobs lived.
Catmull released the book Creativity, Inc. In all the 26 years with Steve, Steve and I never had one of these loud verbal arguments and it's not my nature to do that.
I would say something to him and he would immediately shoot it down because he could think faster than I could.
I would then wait a week I'd call him up and I give my counter argument to what he had said and he'd immediately shoot it down.
So I had to wait another week, and sometimes this went on for months. But in the end one of three things happened. About a third of the time he said, 'Oh, I get it, you're right.
And it was another third of the time in which [I'd] say, 'Actually I think he is right. The deal was finalized in February ,  bringing Jobs back to the company he had cofounded.
Jobs became de facto chief after then-CEO Gil Amelio was ousted in July He was formally named interim chief executive in September.
In the coming months, many employees developed a fear of encountering Jobs while riding in the elevator, "afraid that they might not have a job when the doors opened.
The reality was that Jobs's summary executions were rare, but a handful of victims was enough to terrorize a whole company.
With the purchase of NeXT, much of the company's technology found its way into Apple products, most notably NeXTSTEP , which evolved into Mac OS X.
Under Jobs's guidance, the company increased sales significantly with the introduction of the iMac and other new products; since then, appealing designs and powerful branding have worked well for Apple.
At the Macworld Expo, Jobs officially dropped the "interim" modifier from his title at Apple and became permanent CEO. The company subsequently branched out, introducing and improving upon other digital appliances.
With the introduction of the iPod portable music player, iTunes digital music software, and the iTunes Store , the company made forays into consumer electronics and music distribution.
On June 29, , Apple entered the cellular phone business with the introduction of the iPhone , a multi-touch display cell phone, which also included the features of an iPod and, with its own mobile browser, revolutionized the mobile browsing scene.
While nurturing open-ended innovation, Jobs also reminded his employees that "real artists ship". Jobs had a public war of words with Dell Computer CEO Michael Dell , starting in , when Jobs first criticized Dell for making "un-innovative beige boxes".
It read:. Team, it turned out that Michael Dell wasn't perfect at predicting the future. Based on today's stock market close, Apple is worth more than Dell.
Stocks go up and down, and things may be different tomorrow, but I thought it was worth a moment of reflection today.
Jobs was both admired and criticized for his consummate skill at persuasion and salesmanship, which has been dubbed the " reality distortion field " and was particularly evident during his keynote speeches colloquially known as " Stevenotes " at Macworld Expos and at Apple Worldwide Developers Conferences.
Jobs usually went to work wearing a black long-sleeved mock turtleneck made by Issey Miyake it was sometimes reported as St.
Croix brand , Levi's blue jeans, and New Balance sneakers. Jobs told his biographer Walter Isaacson " Jobs was a board member at Gap Inc.
In , Jobs was granted stock options in the amount of 7. As a result, Jobs potentially faced a number of criminal charges and civil penalties.
The case was the subject of active criminal and civil government investigations,  though an independent internal Apple investigation completed on December 29, found that Jobs was unaware of these issues and that the options granted to him were returned without being exercised in In , Jobs responded to criticism of Apple's poor recycling programs for e-waste in the US by lashing out at environmental and other advocates at Apple's annual meeting in Cupertino in April.
A few weeks later, Apple announced it would take back iPods for free at its retail stores. The Computer TakeBack Campaign responded by flying a banner from a plane over the Stanford University graduation at which Jobs was the commencement speaker.
The banner read "Steve, don't be a mini-player—recycle all e-waste. In , he further expanded Apple's recycling programs to any US customer who buys a new Mac.
This program includes shipping and "environmentally friendly disposal" of their old systems. Jobs was perceived as a demanding perfectionist   who always aspired to position his businesses and their products at the forefront of the information technology industry by foreseeing and setting innovation and style trends.
He summed up this self-concept at the end of his keynote speech at the Macworld Conference and Expo in January , by quoting ice hockey player Wayne Gretzky :.
There's an old Wayne Gretzky quote that I love. Since the very, very beginning. And we always will. In a interview with biographer Walter Isaacson, Jobs revealed that he had met with US President Barack Obama , complained about the nation's shortage of software engineers, and told Obama that he was "headed for a one-term presidency".
After the meeting, Jobs commented, "The president is very smart, but he kept explaining to us reasons why things can't get done. It infuriates me.
In October , Jobs was diagnosed with cancer. In mid, he announced to his employees that he had a cancerous tumor in his pancreas. Despite his diagnosis, Jobs resisted his doctors' recommendations for medical intervention for nine months,  instead relying on alternative medicine to thwart the disease.
According to Harvard researcher Ramzi Amri, his choice of alternative treatment "led to an unnecessarily early death".
Other doctors agree that Jobs's diet was insufficient to address his disease. However, cancer researcher and alternative medicine critic David Gorski wrote that "it's impossible to know whether and by how much he might have decreased his chances of surviving his cancer through his flirtation with woo.
My best guess was that Jobs probably only modestly decreased his chances of survival, if that. Cassileth , the chief of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 's integrative medicine department,  said, "Jobs's faith in alternative medicine likely cost him his life He had the only kind of pancreatic cancer that is treatable and curable He essentially committed suicide.
He was also influenced by a doctor who ran a clinic that advised juice fasts, bowel cleansings and other unproven approaches, before finally having surgery in July Jobs told Iger privately that he hoped to live to see his son Reed's high school graduation in His "thin, almost gaunt" appearance and unusually "listless" delivery,   together with his choice to delegate significant portions of his keynote to other presenters, inspired a flurry of media and Internet speculation about the state of his health.
Two years later, similar concerns followed Jobs's WWDC keynote address. Others said that shareholders had a right to know more, given Jobs's hands-on approach to running his company.
On August 28, , Bloomberg mistakenly published a word obituary of Jobs in its corporate news service, containing blank spaces for his age and cause of death.
News carriers customarily stockpile up-to-date obituaries to facilitate news delivery in the event of a well-known figure's death.
Although the error was promptly rectified, many news carriers and blogs reported on it,  intensifying rumors concerning Jobs's health.
On December 16, , Apple announced that marketing vice-president Phil Schiller would deliver the company's final keynote address at the Macworld Conference and Expo , again reviving questions about Jobs's health.
On January 14, , Jobs wrote in an internal Apple memo that in the previous week he had "learned that my health-related issues are more complex than I originally thought".
Tim Cook, who previously acted as CEO in Jobs's absence, became acting CEO of Apple, with Jobs still involved with "major strategic decisions".
In , Tim Cook offered a portion of his liver to Jobs, since both share a rare blood type and the donor liver can regenerate tissue after such an operation.
Jobs yelled, "I'll never let you do that. I'll never do that. In April , Jobs underwent a liver transplant at Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute in Memphis, Tennessee.
On January 17, , a year and a half after Jobs returned to work following the liver transplant, Apple announced that he had been granted a medical leave of absence.
Jobs announced his leave in a letter to employees, stating his decision was made "so he could focus on his health". As it did at the time of his medical leave, Apple announced that Tim Cook would run day-to-day operations and that Jobs would continue to be involved in major strategic decisions at the company.
On August 24, , Jobs announced his resignation as Apple's CEO, writing to the board, "I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple's CEO, I would be the first to let you know.
Unfortunately, that day has come. PDT on October 5, , due to complications from a relapse of his previously treated islet-cell pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor ,    which resulted in respiratory arrest.
Before embarking, he'd looked at his sister Patty, then for a long time at his children, then at his life's partner, Laurene, and then over their shoulders past them.
Steve's final words were: 'Oh wow. Oh wow. Apple  and Pixar each issued announcements of his death. Bob Iger ordered all Disney properties, including Walt Disney World and Disneyland , to fly their flags at half-staff from October 6 to 12, Jobs's widow, Laurene, was in attendance, as well as Cook, Bill Campbell , Norah Jones , Al Gore , and Coldplay.
A video of the service was uploaded to Apple's website. California Governor Jerry Brown declared Sunday, October 16, , to be "Steve Jobs Day".
Those in attendance included Apple and other tech company executives, members of the media, celebrities, close friends of Jobs, and politicians, along with Jobs's family.
Bono , Yo-Yo Ma , and Joan Baez performed at the service, which lasted longer than an hour. The service was highly secured, with guards at all of the university's gates, and a helicopter flying overhead from an area news station.
The box contained a copy of the Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda. Childhood friend and fellow Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak ,  former owner of what would become Pixar , George Lucas ,  former rival, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates ,  and President Barack Obama  all offered statements in response to his death.
Jobs is buried in an unmarked grave at Alta Mesa Memorial Park , the only nonsectarian cemetery in Palo Alto. Jobs's design aesthetic was influenced by philosophies of Zen and Buddhism.
In India, he experienced Buddhism while on his seven-month spiritual journey,  and his sense of intuition was influenced by the spiritual people with whom he studied.
According to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, "Steve didn't ever code. He wasn't an engineer and he didn't do any original design Steve Jobs was the marketing person.
He is listed as either primary inventor or co-inventor in United States patents or patent applications related to a range of technologies from actual computer and portable devices to user interfaces including touch-based , speakers, keyboards, power adapters, staircases, clasps, sleeves, lanyards and packages.
Jobs's contributions to most of his patents were to "the look and feel of the product". His industrial design chief Jonathan Ive had his name along with Jobs's name for of the patents.
Involved in many projects throughout his career was his long-time marketing executive and confidant Joanna Hoffman , known as one of the few employees at Apple and NeXT who could successfully stand up to Jobs while also engaging with him.
Even while terminally ill in the hospital, Jobs sketched new devices that would hold the iPad in a hospital bed.
Since his death, the former Apple CEO has won patents, more than most inventors win during their lifetimes.
Currently, Jobs holds over patents. Although entirely designed by Steve Wozniak, Jobs had the idea of selling the desktop computer , which led to the formation of Apple Computer in Both Jobs and Wozniak constructed several of the first Apple I prototypes by hand, and sold some of their belongings in order to do so.
Eventually, units were produced. The Apple II is an 8-bit home computer , one of the world's first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products,  designed primarily by Wozniak though Jobs oversaw the development of the Apple II's unusual case  and Rod Holt developed the unique power supply .
It was introduced in at the West Coast Computer Faire by Jobs and Wozniak and was the first consumer product sold by Apple. The Lisa is a personal computer designed by Apple during the early s.
It was the first personal computer to offer a graphical user interface in a machine aimed at individual business users.
Development of the Lisa began in In , after Jobs was forced out of the Lisa project,  he joined the Macintosh project. The Macintosh is not a direct descendant of Lisa, although there are obvious similarities between the systems.
Once he joined the original Macintosh team, Jobs took over the project after Wozniak had experienced a traumatic airplane accident and temporarily left the company.
This was the first mass-market personal computer featuring an integral graphical user interface and mouse. Since , Apple has largely phased out the Macintosh name in favor of "Mac", though the product family has been nicknamed "Mac" or "the Mac" since the development of the first model.
The ad alludes to George Orwell 's novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four , which describes a dystopian future ruled by a televised " Big Brother. The Macintosh, however, was expensive, which hindered its ability to be competitive in a market already dominated by the Commodore 64 for consumers, as well as the IBM Personal Computer and its accompanying clone market for businesses.
After Jobs was forced out of Apple in , he started NeXT , a workstation computer company. The NeXT Computer was introduced in at a lavish launch event.
Using the NeXT Computer, Tim Berners-Lee created the world's first web browser , the WorldWideWeb. The NeXT Computer's operating system, named NeXTSTEP , begat Darwin , which is now the foundation of most of Apple's products such as Macintosh 's macOS and iPhone 's iOS.
Apple iMac G3 was introduced in and its innovative design was directly the result of Jobs's return to Apple. Apple boasted "the back of our computer looks better than the front of anyone else's.
In , Apple introduced the Graphite gray Apple iMac and since has varied the shape, color and size considerably while maintaining the all-in-one design.
Design ideas were intended to create a connection with the user such as the handle and a "breathing" light effect when the computer went to sleep.
The iMac also featured forward-thinking changes, such as eschewing the floppy disk drive and moving exclusively to USB for connecting peripherals.
This latter change resulted, through the iMac's success, in the interface being popularized among third-party peripheral makers—as evidenced by the fact that many early USB peripherals were made of translucent plastic to match the iMac design.
It is used to play, download, and organize digital audio and video as well as other types of media available on the iTunes Store on personal computers running the macOS and Microsoft Windows operating systems.
The iTunes Store is also available on the iPod Touch , iPhone , and iPad. Through the iTunes Store, users can purchase and download music, music videos, television shows, audiobooks , podcasts , movies, and movie rentals in some countries, and ringtones , available on the iPhone and iPod Touch fourth generation onward.
Application software for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch can be downloaded from the App Store. The first generation of iPod was released October 23, The major innovation of the iPod was its small size achieved by using a 1.
The introduction of the iPod resulted in Apple becoming a major player in the music industry. Apple began work on the first iPhone in and the first iPhone was released on June 29, The iPhone created such a sensation that a survey indicated six out of ten Americans were aware of its release.
Time declared it "Invention of the Year" for In June , the iPhone 3GS , whose improvements included voice control, a better camera, and a faster processor, was introduced by Phil Schiller.
The iPad is an iOS -based line of tablet computers designed and marketed by Apple. The first iPad was released on April 3, The user interface is built around the device's multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard.
The iPad includes built-in Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity on select models. As of April [update] , more than million iPads have been sold.
Chrisann Brennan notes that after Jobs was forced out of Apple, "he apologized many times over for his behavior" towards her and Lisa.
She also states that Jobs "said that he never took responsibility when he should have, and that he was sorry".
Jobs did not contact his birth family during his adoptive mother Clara's lifetime, however. He would later tell his official biographer Walter Isaacson : "I never wanted [Paul and Clara] to feel like I didn't consider them my parents, because they were totally my parents [ He began to spend a great deal of time with her and learned more details about her background and his adoption, information that motivated him to find his biological mother.
Jobs found on his birth certificate the name of the San Francisco doctor to whom Schieble had turned when she was pregnant.
Although the doctor did not help Jobs while he was alive, he left a letter for Jobs to be opened upon his death. As he died soon afterwards, Jobs was given the letter which stated that "his mother had been an unmarried graduate student from Wisconsin named Joanne Schieble.
Jobs only contacted Schieble after Clara died in early and after he received permission from his father, Paul. In addition, out of respect for Paul, he asked the media not to report on his search.
She was twenty-three and she went through a lot to have me. She said that she regretted giving him up and repeatedly apologized to him for it.
Jobs and Schieble would develop a friendly relationship throughout the rest of his life and would spend Christmas together. During this first visit, Schieble told Jobs that he had a sister, Mona, who was not aware that she had a brother.
Her first impression of Jobs was that "he was totally straightforward and lovely, just a normal and sweet guy. As we got to know each other, we became really good friends, and she is my family.
I don't know what I'd do without her. I can't imagine a better sister. My adopted sister, Patty, and I were never close. Jobs then learned his family history.
Six months after he was given up for adoption, Schieble's father died, she wed Jandali, and they had a daughter, Mona. I also bear the responsibility for being away from my daughter when she was four years old, as her mother divorced me when I went to Syria, but we got back in touch after 10 years.
We lost touch again when her mother moved and I didn't know where she was, but since 10 years ago we've been in constant contact, and I see her three times a year.
I organized a trip for her last year to visit Syria and Lebanon and she went with a relative from Florida. A few years later, Schieble married an ice skating teacher, George Simpson.
In , after divorcing her second husband, Schieble took Mona to Los Angeles and raised her on her own. When Simpson found that their father, Abdulfattah Jandali, was living in Sacramento, California , Jobs had no interest in meeting him as he believed Jandali didn't treat his children well.
That baby's gone. Even Steve Jobs After hearing about the visit, Jobs recalled that "it was amazing I had been to that restaurant a few times, and I remember meeting the owner.
He was Syrian. We shook hands. I asked Mona not to tell him about me. He then contacted Simpson and asked "what is this thing about Steve Jobs?
He never contacted Steve. In , Jobs first met his future wife, Laurene Powell , when he gave a lecture at the Stanford Graduate School of Business , where she was a student.
Soon after the event, he stated that Laurene "was right there in the front row in the lecture hall, and I couldn't take my eyes off of her From that point forward, they were together, with a few minor exceptions, for the rest of his life.
Jobs proposed on New Year's Day with "a fistful of freshly picked wildflowers". The ceremony was conducted by Jobs's guru , Kobun Chino Otogawa.
The vegan wedding cake was in the shape of Yosemite's Half Dome , and the wedding ended with a hike during which Laurene's brothers had a snowball fight.
Now, people expect great computer-animated films. There's never been a movie studio with an unbroken streak of hit movies like Pixar.
From the original "Toy Story" to "Finding Nemo" to "Cars," "Ratatouille," and "Toy Story 3," the animation wizards at Pixar have won over the industry, forcing Hollywood to change how it makes films, and it's made billions in the process.
Pixar began as a division of George Lucas' LucasFilm, working on the development of imaging technology and its own imaging computer. But inside, some were more interested in making animated films than expensive machines, and LucasFilm soon lost interest in the project.
According to " The Pixar Touch ," by David Price, LucasFilm in late was on the verge of selling the unwanted division to a partnership of Philips Electronics and General Motors subsidiary Electronic Data Systems.
And along came Jobs to save the day. Won over To Price, Jobs was an "accidental visionary" in the film industry. Speaking to CNET by phone Thursday, the author said that though Jobs had at first bought Pixar mainly because he was enthralled by the outfit's computer technology, he was soon won over by the passion of John Lasseter, an animator who had flamed out in an initial stint at Disney in the s, but who found a home at Pixar.
Lasseter, Price said, "wanted to build an animation studio, and it's a great tribute to [Jobs'] genius that he was flexible enough to put aside his original idea of being a computer company owner with Pixar [and to] turn it into the incredible artistic powerhouse it is.
By now it's common knowledge that over time, Jobs held the CEO titles at both Apple and Pixar. But where he was the everyday leader at 1 Infinite Loop, he let his lieutenants--Lasseter and Ed Catmull--run things at Pixar.
Still, it may well be that Jobs' general approach to completing projects, his insistence on waiting until something was good enough to be released, was what gave Lasseter and Catmull the confidence to put in the time and energy to make so many of Pixar's films as good as they are.
Steve took a chance on us and believed in our crazy dream of making computer-animated films; the one thing he always said was to simply 'make it great.
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Retrieved January 5, Retrieved February 17, Is it okay that a movie such as this exists that will require us to give repeated participation to fully understand everything it has to say and reveal or does a film only deserve one shot to say everything it wants to say?
I'm not sure I have a clear answer to that but I feel comfortable that general audiences members probably feel more towards the latter.
Sorkin's work is compelling, with vibrantly preyed upon dialogue that simply sings through the theater. Its surely one of his most ambitious efforts of his career, and likely something that will forward his progression as a screenwriter, even in his later years.
From a performance standpoint, the film stands near the top of ensembles and individualized works seen in Fassbender approaches Jobs with a familiarity, like he knows the man.
He finds sarcasm to be a second language, and repugnancy to be a way of life. Boyle and Sorkin do very little to have Jobs redeem himself, as he continues to pile on immorality with repulsive, revolting behavior that may make you think twice before talking to "Siri" ever again.
I can't recall a Lead Actor candidate this unlikable in quite some time. It's a tour-de-force to behold, and one that will surely place near the top of Oscar ballots, but I'd be lying if I say I was looking forward to spending time with the character "Steve Jobs" again.
What Fassbender benefits immensely from, is a squad of supporting players, each making their individual mark.
Winslet firmly plants her feet next to "Jobs," declaring herself as one of the finest actresses we have working today. Jeff Daniels as John Sculley is easily the most comfortable with the script's barrage of words.
Daniels handles it with a defined purpose, delivering his best portrayal since "The Squid and the Whale.
It's a welcomed entry into serious and challenging roles in the actor's future. Staggeringly underused but equally effective as each of her castmates is Katherine Waterston as Chrisann Brennan, Jobs' high-school girlfriend and "possible mother" to his daughter, played by three talented child actresses, Makenzie Moss, Perla Haney-Jardine, and Ripley Sobo.
The dynamic and vigorous Michael Stuhlbarg as Andy Hertzfeld is a sensation to watch, and will go down as one of the key players by a select group of movie-goers.
Let's just call this a SAG Ensemble lock, shall we? Boyle's market for his bombastic colors and dance sequences are sure to miss them because they are non-existent.
It's great to see him taking a different approach to his storytelling, though letting running text play a role should feel familiar for many.
What I found dizzying was the camera work by Alwin H. Küchler, who in the spirit of "Birdman," has the audience constantly moving along with its constant walking characters.
At one point, you want to just beg them to sit down and chill out for a second. Hats off to Elliot Graham's editing, who cuts to a commanding pace, even if more pauses would have been appreciated.
What shines above all the technical merits is the score by Daniel Pemberton, orchestrating a symphony of music that swells in at the finest moments, and breathes new life into the work of composers everywhere.
It was a truly remarkable piece of music that just flies off the screen. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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