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Drive Soundtrack

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Die Filmmusik ist dem Ambient zuzuordnen, wohingegen die Songs aus den Genres Synthwave und Synthpop stammen. Entdecken Sie Drive (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) von Various artists bei Amazon Music. Werbefrei streamen oder als CD und MP3 kaufen bei. There is something about Cliff Martinez's soundtrack music. Normally I can't listen to OSTs out of context, but his stand up as music in their own right. It's deep, rich,​. Das offizielle Soundtrack-Album erschien am Records und umfasst neben Martinez' Score auch die fünf Songs aus Drive. Kaufen Sie die Musik Ihrer Lieblingsinterpreten portofrei - bü wünscht viel Spaß beim Hören von: Drive. referencing Drive (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), 2xLP, Album, , INVLP Five copies were signed by Cliff Martinez and given away in a competition via the Drowned In Sound website when the vinyl was first released in the UK. Written by Johnny Jewel. Performed by Desire. Courtesy of Italians Do It Better Records. Back in Toon. Written by Craig Riley. With permission by S.I. Publishing (Socan) Courtesy of Music Licensing. Oh My Love. Written by Riz Ortolani, Katina Ranieri(as Rina Ranieri). Find all 20 songs in Drive Soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album Drive (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), including "Nightcall," "Under Your Spell," "A Real Hero (feat. Electric Youth)," and many more. Buy the album for $ Songs start at @@[email protected]@. The soundtrack for Danish crime thriller Drive, composed and compiled by ex- Red Hot Chili Peppers and Captain Beefheart drummer Cliff Martinez (Sex, Lies & Videotape, Solaris), skillfully blends icy, Krautrock-inspired electronica with retro-'80s synth pop. Opening with “Nightcall,” a moody, scene-chewing slab of Air and Röyksopp -induced electro-pop from French DJ Vincent Belorgay (aka Kavinsky), Drive rolls along on the strength of Martinez 's spooky, Blade Runner -esque score.

Sign In Sign Up. Drive Soundtrack 14 Sep VIEWS. List of Songs. Where's the Deluxe Version? Song during opening credits after the Driver Ryan Gosling walks out of the stadium after job.

Driver talks to Irene after he helps her up with the groceries. A Real Hero feat. Driver asks Irene if she wants to see something. He drives them through the water passage ways.

Irene tells Ryan Gosling he had a good time. They stare at each other and go driving together, she holds his hand. Bernie talks to 'Driver' in the garage.

After Irene's husband returns from prison. Ryan sits in his apartment working on a car part. Meanwhile Standard makes a toast next door.

Drive is a American action drama film directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. The screenplay, written by Hossein Amini , is based on James Sallis 's novel of the same name.

The film stars Ryan Gosling as an unnamed Hollywood stunt driver who moonlights as a getaway driver. He quickly grows fond of his neighbor, Irene Carey Mulligan , and her young son, Benicio.

When her debt-ridden husband, Standard Oscar Isaac , is released from prison, the two men take part in what turns out to be a botched million-dollar heist that endangers the lives of everyone involved.

The film co-stars Bryan Cranston , Christina Hendricks , Ron Perlman , and Albert Brooks. Producers Marc Platt and Adam Siegel optioned the source novel after Siegel read a review from Publishers Weekly.

Adapting the book proved to be challenging for Amini, as it had a nonlinear narrative. Gosling, one of Platt's top casting choices, eventually signed on for the lead, as he wanted to star in an action-oriented project.

Gosling played a pivotal role in the film's production, which included hiring Refn as director and Beth Mickle as production designer.

Newton Thomas Sigel oversaw the principal photography , which started on September 25, , was shot on location in various parts of Los Angeles , and ended on November Before its September release, Drive had been shown at a number of film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival , where it received a standing ovation.

Refn won the festival's Best Director Award. Several critics listed Drive as one of the best films of , including the National Board of Review.

Its honors include a nomination for Best Sound Editing at the 84th Academy Awards. An unnamed Driver works as a mechanic, a stunt double, a stunt driver, and a criminal-for-hire getaway car driver in Los Angeles, California.

His jobs are all managed by auto shop owner Shannon, who persuades Jewish mobsters Bernie Rose and Nino to purchase a car for the Driver to race.

Driver meets his new neighbor, Irene, and grows close to her and her young son, Benicio. Their relationship is interrupted when Irene's husband, Standard Gabriel, is released from prison.

Cook forces Benicio to pocket a bullet as a symbol that he and his mother are in danger. Upon finding this out, Driver offers to act as the getaway driver for the pawnshop robbery.

While Driver is waiting outside the pawnshop with Cook's accomplice, Blanche, the store owner kills Standard. Driver and Blanche are then pursued by another car.

Driver hides with Blanche in a motel where he learns that the pawnshop owner claims Standard was the sole perpetrator and no money was stolen.

Driver threatens Blanche when she lies about being oblivious to the second car. She admits that the bag contains a million dollars, and she and Cook planned to re-steal the money for themselves using the car that chased them.

While Blanche is in the restroom, she is killed with a shotgun by one of Cook's henchmen; Driver fatally stabs the gunman before killing another one with the shotgun.

At the auto shop, Shannon offers to hide the money, but Driver brushes him off. He hunts down Cook in a strip club, threatens to kill him, and force-feeds him the bullet that he had given to Benicio earlier.

Cook reveals that Nino was behind the robbery. Driver calls him and Nino dismisses his offer of the money, instead sending a hitman to the Driver's apartment building.

Driver tells an angry Irene about his involvement with her husband's death. When the pair enter an elevator, the Driver notices the hitman.

Driver kisses Irene, and then brutally beats the hitman to death, leaving her horrified. Knowing that someone may have leaked Driver's whereabouts for Nino to know his address, the Driver confronts Shannon, who reveals that he also unwittingly mentioned Irene.

Driver tells Shannon to flee. At his pizzeria, Nino reveals to Bernie that a low-level Philadelphia wise guy from the " East Coast mob " stashed the money at the pawnshop with plans to use the money to set up a new operation.

Since anyone tied to the robbery could lead the East Coast Italian Mafia to them, they need to kill everyone involved.

He convinces Bernie to follow his plan. Bernie then murders Cook, as he is the sole witness to their agreement. After Shannon refuses to divulge the whereabouts of the Driver at the auto shop, Bernie slashes his forearm with a straight razor , killing him.

Enraged at finding Shannon's corpse at the auto shop, Driver, disguising himself with a rubber stuntman's mask, follows Nino from the pizzeria to the Pacific Coast Highway and rams his car onto a beach; he chases Nino towards the ocean and drowns him.

He phones Irene and tells her that he will not return, but knowing her and Benicio was the best part of his life. The Driver meets Bernie, who promises that Irene will be safe in exchange for the money.

Upon giving him the money, Bernie stabs him in the stomach, before Driver brandishes his own knife and stabs Bernie to death.

Driver manages to escape, while Bernie lies in the parking lot next to the cash. Irene knocks on Driver's apartment door, and walks away when no one answers.

The Driver drives into the night. The novel Drive by James Sallis was published in The character interested Platt, because he reminded him of movie heroes he looked up to as a child, characters typically portrayed by Steve McQueen or Clint Eastwood.

Hossein Amini adapted the novel for the screen. He felt it was a rare book to receive from a studio because it was short, gloomy, and like a poem.

Since the novel does not present a linear story, but has many flashbacks and jumps around in time, Amini found the adaptation challenging.

He felt the non-linear structure made it "a very tricky structure" for a feature film. A film adaptation of Drive was first announced in early , with Neil Marshall set to direct what was being described as "an L.

Universal Studios , which had tried to make a film version for some time, was also on board. Producer Marc E. Platt contacted actor Ryan Gosling about Drive early on.

Platt explained: "I have this list that I've created of very talented individuals whose work inspire me — writers, directors, actors whom I have to work with before I go onto another career or do something else with my life.

He had always been interested in doing an action-oriented project. Gosling said that he had been put off by the many current action genre films that focused more on stunts instead of characters.

But he responded to Platt about two days later, as he was strongly attracted to the plot and the leading role of the unnamed driver. He thought the story had a "very strong character" at its core, and a "powerful" romance.

In an interview with Rotten Tomatoes , Gosling was asked what had attracted him to the film, and whether he had read the earlier script when Jackman and director Neil Marshall were attached to it.

He said:. I think that might be the original one I read. I read a few drafts. I read one as well where he wasn't a stunt driver at all, which was a newer draft — maybe that's the one Hugh Jackman had; I'm not sure exactly.

Basically when I read it, in trying to figure out who would do something like this, the only way to make sense of this is that this is a guy that's seen too many movies, and he's started to confuse his life for a film.

He's lost in the mythology of Hollywood and he's become an amalgamation of all the characters that he admires.

When Gosling signed on for the leading role, he was allowed to choose the director, a first in his career. He said, "It had to be [him]. There was no other choice.

When Refn read the first screenplay for Drive , he was more intrigued by the concept of a man having a split personality, being a stuntman by day and a getaway driver at night, than the plot of the story.

Refn took on the project without hesitation. When casting roles in his films, Refn does not watch casting tapes or have his actors audition for him.

Instead, he meets with them, and casts them on the spot if he feels they are right. Scherfig used to babysit Refn when he was a child, and they have become good friends.

But his wife was a big fan of the film and Mulligan's performance, and she urged him to cast her. The character was changed to Irene after Mulligan was cast; Refn said that he "couldn't find any actress that would click with [him] personally".

While working on the film, Refn had some cast and production members move in temporarily with him, his wife and two daughters in their home in Los Angeles.

This included Carey Mulligan [19] and Hossein Amini, the screenwriter. This enabled them to be immersed in the film.

Refn and Amini made significant changes to the original script during this time. Bryan Cranston plays the role of Shannon.

Knowing Cranston had other opportunities, Refn asked the actor how he would like to develop the role.

After not hearing back, Refn called him; Cranston was just then writing the pros and cons of doing Drive for himself. Moved by Refn's interest, Cranston accepted the part.

He was unable to find anyone with the necessary acting talent. After meeting with Hendricks, he decided to cast her as he felt her persona would click with the character.

Albert Brooks plays the foul-mouthed, morose Bernie Rose. When Refn suggested him, Gosling agreed, but thought the actor might not want to play a character who is violent and sullen, or appear in a film that he did not work on himself.

There are six people you could always get to play this kind of part, and I like that the director was thinking outside of the box. For me, it was an opportunity to act outside the box.

I liked that this mobster had real style. Also, he doesn't get up in the morning thinking about killing people.

He's sad about it. Upset about it. It's a case of, 'Look what you made me do. Nino, a key villain, is portrayed by Ron Perlman , one of the last actors to join the cast.

Refn said, "The character of Nino was originally not particularly interesting, so I asked Ron why he wanted to be in my movie when he's done so many great films.

When Perlman said, 'I always wanted to play a Jewish man who wants to be an Italian gangster', and I asked why, and he said, 'because that's what I am — a Jewish boy from New York', well, that automatically cemented it for me.

Finding the role somewhat unappealing, he developed the archetypal character into something more.

As soon as I sat down with Nicolas, he explained this universe and world of the story, so we made the character into someone interested in owning a restaurant, someone who made some wrong decisions in his life, ending up in a bad place.

By making 'Standard' more specific and more interesting, we found that it made the story that more compelling.

At the director's request, Los Angeles was picked as the shooting location due to budget constraints. They would work on the script and film all day, then watch films, edit, or drive at night.

The opening chase scene, involving Gosling's character, was filmed primarily by Refn within the car's interior. In an interview, he said he intended for this scene to emulate the feeling of a "diver in an ocean of sharks," and never left the vehicle during the car chase so that the audience can see what's happening from the character's point of view.

With two different set-ups prepared in the car, the director found it difficult to have mobility with the camera, so he would switch the camera to two additional set-ups nearby.

As downtown Los Angeles had been rejuvenated, Refn avoided certain areas to maintain the novel's gloomy atmosphere. The scene was shot at low angles with minimal light.

The elevator sequence was shot without dialogue. A scene like the elevator sequence in Drive , for instance, has no dialogue, just a series of stunning visuals and graphic imagery — that's a prime example of how the film conveys so many ideas and emotions through images rather than words.

What they share is really a goodbye kiss. Irene sees the Driver in a new light. Every movie has to have a heart — a place where it defines itself — and in every movie I've made there's always a scene that does that.

On Drive , it was hard for me to wrap my head around it. I realized I needed to show in one situation that driver is the hopelessly romantic knight, but he's also completely psychotic and is willing to use any kind of violence to protect innocence.

But that scene was never written. As I was going along, it just kind of popped up. In March , Interiors , an online journal concerned with the relationship between architecture and film, published an issue that discussed how space is used in this scene.

The issue highlights Refn's use of constricted space and his way of creating a balance between romance and violence.

Using the Arri Alexa camera, cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel shot the film digitally. Car scenes were filmed with a "biscuit rig," a camera car rig developed for the film Seabiscuit It allowed stunt driver Robert Nagle to steer the car, freeing Gosling to concentrate on acting.

Budget restrictions were also a factor in this decision. Although many stunt drivers are credited, Gosling did some stunts himself, [37] after completing a stunt driving car crash course.

Beth Mickle was hired as the film's production designer on Gosling's recommendation; they had worked together on 's Half Nelson.

Prior to filming, Mickle supervised a crew of 40, routinely working to hour days. This was her most expensive film to date, and Mickle felt freer since "there was another zero added to the budget," compared to that of Half Nelson.

Mickle also built a strip club set and Bernie Rose's apartment in an abandoned building. Turning a "run-of-the-mill" Los Angeles auto body shop into a grandiose dealership was one of the most challenging tasks.

Painting the walls an electric blue color, she filled the showroom with vintage cars. While Drive is set in the present day, it has a s atmosphere, underlined by the vehicles, music, and clothes, and by the architecture.

The parts of the city seen in the Valley and near downtown Los Angeles are cheap stucco and mirrored glass; the film excludes buildings constructed more recently.

As the Los Angeles Times pointed out, whenever gleaming buildings are shown, it is because they are being seen from a distance.

Refn shot those scenes from a helicopter at night in Bunker Hill, Los Angeles. Refn chose Johnny Jewel of Desire and Chromatics to score the film.

He wanted electronic music and to have it be abstract, on occasion, so viewers can see things from the Driver's perspective. During Drive ' s climax, " A Real Hero "'s keynote melody, about becoming "a real human being, and a real hero", refrains because that is when the Driver displays both those characteristics.

He definitely got the nuance of the song, and understood what it was supposed to mean, and he wanted to give that emotion to the viewer, that same feeling.

Thinking of music in terms of basic elements, Jewel would tell the director that for certain scenes, it should not have bass since, as an earth tone, it is usually used for a more emotional or ominous part.

Jewel thought the music should be in the upper register and relaxing for the "dreamlike" scene. To help himself with the music composition process, and to conjure up melodies, the producer would highlight many phrases from the novel, then print those words in large font, and hung them on his walls or draw pictures during viewings of Drive.

Although Jewel's music was used in the score, at the last minute the studio hired composer Cliff Martinez to imitate the style and feel of Jewel's bands Chromatics and Glass Candy.

Editor Mat Newman suggested Drive ' s opening credits song: " Nightcall " by French electronic musician Kavinsky. Jewel reworked his unused soundtrack for the film into Themes for an Imaginary Film , the debut album by his side-project Symmetry.

A re-scored soundtrack for the film was produced for the BBC by Zane Lowe for its television broadcast in October The soundtrack included original music from Chvrches , Banks , Bastille , Eric Prydz , SBTRKT , Bring Me the Horizon , The and Laura Mvula.

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