Category: Film Music
LEISE SCHATTEN was the feature film debut of the inzwschen renowned filmmaker Sherry Horman and tells the complex relationship of the headstrong and sensitive Linda (Ann Gisel Glass) to her boyfriend and then husband portrayed by Stefano Dionisi)...up to the tragic death of Linda. A film as beautiful as it is sad...about the balancing act of every love. - The music tried to take up this sensibility and to deepen it with piano (especially for Linda, played by Enjott Schneider) and string orchestra incl. solo cello (played by Thomas Ruge/Munich Philharmonic). The film music received the Bundesfilmband in Gold (today "Lola") for BEST FILM MUSIC in Berlin in 1991.
Duration: 110:00, soundtrack 45 minutes
Publisher of notes/sheet music: Title music 'Linda gets crazy' in: 'SOUNDTRACK-easy to play for piano arranged by N.J. Schneider' (1995) ED 8346 , 1991
Additional remarks: with Ann Gisel Glass, Stefano Dionisi, Thomas Heinze among others; Federal Film Prize gold for best music and best actress in 1992
Movie directed by: Sherry Horman
Movie produced by: Hager & Moss-Film
Performers in movie: with members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra (piano and direction: N.J. Schneider) recorded in Meilhaus recording studio, sound master Robert Meilhaus