Bret Ellerton | Reconstruction / Deconstruction : Music for the Broken Frame Film Project

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Reconstruction / Deconstruction : Music for the Broken Frame Film Project

by Bret Ellerton

Dark, moody, and intsrumental, with acoustic and electronic elements. Melodic and heartfelt, with a slightly experimental approach.
Genre: Electronic: Folktronic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Night Driver
2:13 $0.99
2. Suspect
1:02 FREE
3. These Things Happen
3:32 $0.99
4. Imprisoned
1:27 $0.99
5. Reconstruction
13:02 $1.99
6. Deconstruction
9:46 $1.99
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Album Notes
This music was created by Bret Ellerton for the film by Paul Gorman called “Broken Frame: The Movie That Took 22 Years to Make”. The film consisted of three parts.

The first part, a documentary called “Reconstructing Broken Frame”, was about the process of resurrecting an old film project and why it took so long to finish. Track 5 – Reconstruction – was the music for this section of film.

The second section of the film was called “Broken Frame” and was the actual film that took so long to finish. Track 4 – Imprisoned – was the only track that was used in this section. The other three tracks – Night Driver, Suspect, and These Things Happen, were musical themes created for “Broken Frame” that were not used in the movie.

The third section of film was called “Deconstructing Broken Frame” and included Track 6 – Deconstruction - as the musical score. The final section of film contains interviews with actors from “Broken Frame” (after having seen the film 22 years later) and highlights moments from the film’s first screening.

For more information about Paul Gorman’s film see
as well as (for info on his new film that won't take 22 years to make)

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These things do happen
Ellerton music provides a groovy melting feel, all the while in the Mundane and sustainable character of the musics grace.