Listen: Patty Smith, Mexico City, Director discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday
"Latinos Felix competitor has decided to use the event to talk about an album. He features on his podcast this week to the program when the when the. There are a lot of expectations about drama for the Oscars tonight. It's gotten ten nations, including best film best foreign film. Best director for Alfonso Cuaron and best actress for our body while we don't see any nominations for the music. It's still a big part of the Rome experience. Right. Exactly. And the music was used to establish a time and place. Okay. Nineteen seventies. Mexico City the film's official motion picture. Soundtrack includes artists like one Gabrielle Perez product, it's a mix of the stuff. You would hear on the radio and certain middle class homes, as we mentioned, there is also music inspired by the film, Roma in which the director asked a bunch of his favorite artists to the film, and then write music and the album is a stunning companion to the intense emotions of the film. It's good to have good friends. Right. Alphonso? All right. Let's hear some of the music. Okay. They said music is from a list of favourite. This is Patty Smith. So interesting choosing Patti Smith at gives it a whole new dimension a guy like what if you grew up in Mexico City's like fifty eight fifty nine years old, and there was a mix of Mexican music and a mix from the United States in from England. So it's the list of musicians include Patti Smith back, but a bunch of Mexican musicians, and in this cut, it just I think it just completely lays out exactly the themes of existential crisis themes."