the Observer features piano movie soundtracks in their playlist of the week
There are only 88 keys on a piano, but a keyboard tells countless numbers of romantic stories-a short yet unforgettable summer love in an Italian town, a boy's forever commitment to the love of films, a taboo relationship between a man and a robot, a genius couple struggling with their marriage and a zombie woman passionate about love and music.
"Une barque sur l'ocean" from "Miroirs" – Andre Laplante - This beautifully composed movement is played when the protagonists of the movie "Call Me by Your Name."
"Cinema Paradiso" – Ennio Morricone
"A Game of Croquet" – Johann Johannsson