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Penelope is a romantic comedy in the Cyrano de Bergerac mode, except that the main character is a woman with a nose like a pig's snout. Composer Joby Talbot (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) has come up with a playful score reminiscent of the sort of thing Danny Elfman commonly does for Tim Burton movies. On the soundtrack album, that music is interspersed with a collection of attractive pop songs, notably one by Stars and a U2-style rock track by the Secret
We all know and love Joby's work, he can do anything musically, from his early days with The Divine Comedy he added something enriching to Neil Hannon's songs and in Once Around the Sun, The Dying Swan, The Path of Miracles, Arctic Tale, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and now Penelope, he continues to give us a truly inspiring musical tapestry for our ears to dance around.Penelope was a lovely film, a very sweet modern fairy tale which was partly about knowing how to love ourselves before we can know ..
This song is by Sigur Rós, a band from Iceland. They've got no connections to anybody named 'Wenzel Templeton' or 'Robert Pegg' that I can find. What I did discover, however, is that Templeton is of a Vancouver (BC, Canada) band titled 'Boy Girl Radio' - This band consists of Wenzel Templeton, David Lettinga and an Archibald Pegg. No "Robert" here but at least we've found the Pegg.Can't find anybody with the name Robert Pegg having anything to do with music at all, either.Maybe whoever composed the soun..
I just went to see the movie "Penelope" last night and when the credits finally started rolling at the end, I found myself shaking my head in disagreement with some of its naysayers (I had previously read a review prior to viewing the film). I found it to be delightful in so many respects: warm, bittersweet, romantic, charming, and believe it or not, laugh out loud funny!! Christina Ricci was adorable as the hopeful, strong willed Penelope, and James McAvoy (*sigh*) complimented her perfectly as a destitu..