Music

Music is very important to Pillow Talk and used to set the time period the film is set in. Music too is important to Cara, a true 90’s grunge girl.

We used a combination of existing tracks and original score during the film.

The opening track Cara is listening to through headphones, and the track featured in the trailer is “Dreams” by Dongmyo Police Box.

An alternative/indie-rock band based in Seoul, South Korea. Formed in 2011, they released their debut album, Capsized, in 2012, and more recently, their sophomore album, Dreams, in 2015. The members hail from Canada, America, Korea, and the UK.

Steve David / Vocals, Guitar
Chris Rettig / Lead Guitar
JongHoon Kim / Bass
Craig Marsden / Drums

www.dongmyopolicebox.com

Music

Original Music 

The film also features an original song by composer Victoria Wijeratne who has either scored or provided music for all of Louise’s films as a director to date. Plus a second song from a previous band headed by Victoria called Ghosts You Echo.

Victoria is an award winning composer for Film & TV, having vast experience in all areas of music spanning almost ten years. Her credits include the British thriller ‘The Liability’ (2012) (dir. Craig Viveiros) starring Tim Roth and Jack O’Connell, as well as recently the TV documentary ‘Hong Kong Roof Top Rebels’ for Al Jazeera Media Network.

She was also invited to Berlinale Talents (as part of Berlinale International Film Festival) as a 2015 sound studio participant. Pillow Talk will be her 5th film working as composer with director Louise Marie Cooke which began with Victoria winning the ‘Best Composer’ award for First Bite at Underwire Festival 2011.

Original Music 

The film also features an original song by composer Victoria Wijeratne who has either scored or provided music for all of Louise’s films as a director to date. Plus a second song from a previous band headed by Victoria called Ghosts You Echo.

Music

 

Victoria is an award winning composer for Film & TV, having vast experience in all areas of music spanning almost ten years. Her credits include the British thriller ‘The Liability’ (2012) (dir. Craig Viveiros) starring Tim Roth and Jack O’Connell, as well as recently the TV documentary ‘Hong Kong Roof Top Rebels’ for Al Jazeera Media Network.

She was also invited to Berlinale Talents (as part of Berlinale International Film Festival) as a 2015 sound studio participant. Pillow Talk will be her 5th film working as composer with director Louise Marie Cooke which began with Victoria winning the ‘Best Composer’ award for First Bite at Underwire Festival 2011.

All music used in the film is granted at the permission of the owners.