Listen to Philip Glass’ New Song ‘Duets’ From Park Chan-wook’s ‘Stoker’

With only a few weeks left before Stoker‘s theatrical premiere, we’ve already gotten a taste of Clint Mansell’s stunning musical compositions for the film. But as of today, we get another look into the sonic world of the film with new music from wonderful classical composer Philip Glass. Whereas his heavy and rich "In Full Bloom" was bone-chillingly dark and sensual, Glass’ "Duets" is more of pirouetting on the keys piano ballad and I love it. 

In Park Chan-wook’s film, the lives of India (played by Mia Wasikowska) and her emotionally unstable mother Evelyn (played by Nicole Kidman) take a turn for the dark when India’s uncle Charlie (played my Matthew Goode) comes to live with them in the wake of her father dying. India begins to suspect Charlie of ulterior movies, but instead of outrage or horror, this friendless girl becomes infatuated with him.

Take a look at some of the stills for the film below and listen to Glass and Mansell’s haunting tracks, which hopefully, will play a large hand in the emotional landscape of the film.

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