Belarusian Band’s Music Used In Film Directed By David Bowie’s Son

The songs of the Belarusian rock band J: MORS can be heard in a science fiction mystery movie “Mute” directed by Duncan Jones.

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Duncan Jones, the son of David Bowie, is an English director, producer, and screenwriter.

He is best known for directing such films as Moon, Source Code, and Warcraft.

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The film has been described by Jones as a “spiritual sequel” to the Moon, for which he won the prestigious BAFTA Award.

The plot of the movie revolves around a mute bartender searching for the love of his life who has mysteriously disappeared.

“Barefoot on the pavement” and “Icebergs” of J:MORS can be heard when gangster Maksim is listening to music on his headphones.

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“The film creators looked for two beautiful ballads in Russian.

They found the agency that works with the band in Moscow that contacted us,” J: MORS promo director Dmitri Bezkorovainyi said.

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The melomans will also be able to enjoy the music of David Bowie, Philip Glass, Nirvana and other artists.

“Mute” was released on Netflix on February 23 and received many reviews, with praise for the visuals but criticism for its pacing and plot.

Source: TUT.BY