Italian Composer Ennio Morricone Will Never Work With Tarantino Again Because “he places music in his films without coherence.”


Tue, Mar 19th, 2013 21:00 by capnasty NEWS

Italian composer Ennio Morricone, best known for the soundtracks of Spaghetti Westerns such as The Good The Bad and the Ugly (1966) and A Fistful of Dollars (1964), both directed by Sergio Leone, will never work with Quentin Tarantino again as the director "places music in his films without coherence."

“I wouldn’t like to work with him again, on anything,” Morricone told students in a music, film and television class at Rome’s LUISS University, according to Italian media reports Friday. “He said last year he wanted to work with me again ever since Inglourious Basterds, but I told him I couldn't, because he didn’t give me enough time. So he just used a song I had written previously.”

Tarantino is frustrating to work with, Morricone said, observing that the two-time Oscar winner “places music in his films without coherence" and "you can't do anything with someone like that."

Morricone said he saw Django Unchained but was not impressed: "To tell the truth, I didn't care for it," he said. "Too much blood."



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