The Sound of Tetro

Movie Studio Sound Studio Director Original Music
American Zoetrope American Zoetrope Francis Ford Coppola Osvaldo Golijov

What it must be like on the sound crew for a film like "Tetro". Anyone would be nervous as hell to go and mix with Walter Murch then again I'm not re-recording mixer Pete Horner who chalks up this film as his second with Walter. In the following video profile, Horner does a great job detailing what they tried to accomplish in the new Coppola film.


Synopsis

Fresh faced and naive, 17-year-old Bennie arrives in Buenos Aires to search for his older brother who has been missing for more than a decade. The family had emigrated from Italy to Argentina, but with the great musical success of their father Carlo, an acclaimed symphony conductor, the family moved from Argentina to New York. When Bennie finds his brother, the volatile and melancholy poet Tetro, he is not at all what he expected. In the course of staying with Tetro and his girlfriend Miranda, the two brothers grapple with the haunting experiences of their shared past.

Sound Credits

Vicente D'Elia Sound Effects Editor
Vicente D'Elia Sound Recordist
Bechen de Loredo Foley Mixer
Leandro de Loredo Adr Editor
Leandro de Loredo Adr Recordist
Leandro de Loredo Sound Supervisor
Federico Esquerro Foley Editor
Federico Esquerro Foley Recordist
Juan Ferro Sound Editor
Colin Guthrie Sound Mix Technician
Pete Horner Sound Re Recording Mixer
Walter Murch Sound Re Recordist
Francisco Pedemonte Assistant Sound Editor
Sin Cohen Mix Engineer (Uncredited)

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