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Monday, 6 July 2015

YES: Trevor Rabin’s ‘Max’ Score: ‘Emotion Without Being Sappy’



Max Movie
COURTESY OF WARNER BROS.

Max” (out June 26 via Warner Bros.) is the story of a military dog who loses his Marine handler during the war in Afghanistan, then returns to America where he bonds with the soldier’s troubled brother.

Director Boaz Yakin, who first met Trevor Rabin on “Remember the Titans,” concedes that his is already “a highly emotional movie,” so he needed a composer “who could find emotion without being sappy.”

“I really wanted a score that had a classical movie score quality to it without sounding old-fashioned,” Yakin adds. “He had to carry and sustain the story, and the adventurous aspects of the movie.”

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