Season 3 Episode 2 | Jung Jae Il wrote the Parasite theme hungover


Robert and Kenny start off the show discussing the news of Daft Punk returning to film scoring, sharing shows they have been watching and check Score: The Mailbox for the first time.

Then, legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie, hosts of Maltin on Movies, join the show to discuss the future of film and cinema after the COVID-19 pandemic and Leonard explains why he believes movie theaters will survive.

Later, composer musician and music producer Jung Jae Il shares stories of his early years performing in a funk band, how he first connected with Oscar-winning director Bong Joon Ho on Haemoo, traveling to Macedonia to find the right sound for his Okja score and why a hangover may be the reason his Parasite theme fit so perfectly in the 2020 Best Picture.

This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio.

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Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto

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