5 comments on “To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

    • Bernstein’s score was certainly elegant and well-placed within the context of the film, but I didn’t notice it catching my ears like other scores.

  1. ??????????? The score was the emotional core of the film…it perfectly underscored what was happening and placing it into a proper context.

    • You’re definitely right. I should have added to my review I wrote it last year and just now released it. I should probably go back and rewatch the movie with the score fresh in my mind.

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