I believe that music from a movie can be used, if done correctly, to portray the inner feelings inside the main character's mind. Robbie Robertson and Martin Scorsese seem to have done just that, with a series of classical scores, period music and modern moody themes from Ingram Marshall. In doing so, they have created one of my favorite soundtracks of all-time that exhales atmosphere every time I listen.
Directed by Frank Oz. With Matthew Macfadyen, Peter Dinklage, Ewen Bremner, Keeley Hawes. Chaos ensues when a man tries to expose a dark secret regarding a recently deceased patriarch of a dysfunctional British family.