13 marzo 2015

ESPECIAL. Videos musicales del soundtrack del film LA MUJER QUE VINO DEL MAR / ONDINE.

ESPECIAL. Videos musicales: BRAILLE, con Lisa Hannigan; LILLE, con Lisa Hannigan y ALL ALRIGHT, con Sigur Ros. Dos canciones del soundtrack del film LA MUJER QUE VINO DEL MAR / ONDINE, con Colin Farrell y Alicja Bachleda-Curus, dirigidos por Neil Jordan.

En esta ocasión, este apartado ofrece tres videos musicales que forman parte de la banda sonora del film LA MUJER QUE VINO DEL MAR / ONDINE, dirigido por el irlandés Neil Jordan y con la participación de Colin Farrell y la actriz polaca Alicja Bachleda-Curus.

Se trata de BRAILLE, de la irlandesa Lisa Hannigan, LILLE, también con Lisa Hannigan y el tema ALL ALRIGHT, de la banda islandesa Sigur Rós. Las canciones tienen fuerte presencia en la película. La mayoría de las veces, en especial All Alright, para generar y reforzar la atmósfera emocional de ciertas escenas; pero, también en ocasiones para comentar los acontecimientos como sucede al final con Braille o Lille.

Los videos de Braille y Lille usan fotos fijas tomadas de ONDINE; el de All Alright usa fragmentos en movimiento de ciertas escenas.

No resta más que dejarlos en compañía de los videos, con sus respectivas letras que tienen relación poética con la película de Neil Jordan.

BRAILLE - Lisa Hannigan



For you, I leave my light on
To do its best against the storm.
And you came in like the tide and
I knew that we could keep each other warm.

You bring crocosmia and fuschias,
And I, I sing your name into the night.
A king of salt and stones, your compass,
It swings from you to me tonight.

We’ll swim without a word between us,
Our breath held in.
We reel in love in the ocean,
Braille on our skin, on our skin

I fill a glass with what you’ve gathered
They wilt against the window pane
In the morning sees you off with nets to scatter
You will come in with the tide again

We swim without a word between us
Our breath held in
We read enough in the rush of
Braille on our skin, on our skin

We swim without a word between us,
Our breath held in.
We read enough in the rush of
Braille on our skin, on our skin.


LILLE, de Laura Hannigan.



He went to see for a day
He wanted to know what to say
when he asked what he'd done
in the past to someone
that he loved endlessly...
now she's gone, and so is he...

i went to war every morning
i lost my way, but now I'm following
what you said in my arms...
what i read in the charms
that i loved durably
now it's dead and gone, and i am free...

i went to sleep for the daytime
i shut my eyes to the sunshine
turned my head away from the noise
bruise and drip decay of childish toys
that i love arguably
all our labouring gone to seed

we went out to play for the evening
and wanted to hold on to the feeling
and the stretch in the sun
and the breathlessness as we run
to the beach endlessly
as the sun creeps up on the sea...


ALL ALRIGHT, de Sigur Rós.



I wanted to know
What I have done
I wanted to know
It's bad

I wanted to know
What I have done
I want to know
Right now

maybe this time tomorrow
or it may be today
It is now alright
Now it's better
Now we'll know
Now you'll know what I have done.

I'm Singin' with you
Singing in silence
Let's sing into the years, like one
Singing in tune, together
A sound for no one
Let's sing in tune, but now
It's home

Let's sing into the night now
Just sing on for me
Let's sing into the night, oh

(hopelandic)

You : oooooh ooh ooh ooh
You stand next to me alright