Listen To Philip Glass’ Duet From Stoker

The score to Chan-Wook Park‘s Stoker was composed by Clint Mansell, though the film also features a new, key piece by Philip Glass.

It’s called Duet, because it’s performed as one, on the piano. You can check it out with the player below, courtesy of Spin.

Despite the duet, Stoker is something of a triangle. That’s the third, sharp corner in the image at the head of the story.

Check it out for yourself on March 1st.


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