MUCIZE (THE MIRACLE).

 

 

Released in 2015, MUCIZE or THE MIRACLE is a Turkish movie directed by, Mahsun Kirmizigul, who is also a writer, producer and composer. Set in the 1960’s, the films storyline focuses upon a small village, where a teacher discovers that the isolated village has no school, but because he becomes fond of the villagers and their families he decides to stay and teach them, helping them build a school to call their own where he will educate the children and the villagers and a disabled man who he becomes friends with. The movie is a warm and beautiful masterpiece, that is compelling viewing and a truly enlightening and emotional experience. It is about the courage of one determined man who because of his love of the children uproots himself from the safety of city life and moves to the remote village to help bring them the education they so richly deserve, it is a wonderfully put together movie, crafted with love and much care and compassion. Praise must be given to actor Mert Turak who plays Aziz a disabled man who has a strong bond with his horse, he is the real star of the movie, but I suppose there are no stars as all the cast are amazing. The musical score is by three composers, the director, Mahsun Kirmizigul, Teyfik Akbasli and Yildiray Gurgen. The score is rich and lush, filled with a high emotional content, romantic and adventurous, the music also reflects some of the lighter or comedic elements of the movie, in fact this is such a varied and wonderfully melodic work it’s hard to conceive that the music comes from just one movie. One would think it is from a massive Hollywood epic, the score is grandiose but also manages to be intimate at the same time, its delicate tone poems standing alongside commanding and elaborate themes that are filled with a romantic sound and a truly majestic sound. I love the way in which the composers utilise female wordless voice, it is at times threatening or sinister but often is inspiring and powerful. The release of the soundtrack is almost an hour in duration, with 39 tracks in its track listing, to attempt to pick out a highlight cue or a stand out composition would be impossible as every track is excellent, all I can say is please go and check this out, it is available on Spotify, this is a superb soundtrack a powerful work a commanding score and one that you will return to many times.

Track Listing
1.
Kismet
0:50
2.
Dusunme
2:08
3.
Okul, Pt. 1
0:55
4.
Anatema, Pt. 1
2:20
5.
Dostluk
2:56
6.
Umut, Pt. 1
1:44
7.
Umut, Pt. 2
0:59
8.
Kar Sevinci
0:54
9.
Anatema, Pt. 2
0:45
10.
Dugun
3:45
11.
Kader, Pt. 1
1:36
12.
Kader, Pt. 2
1:28
13.
Okul, Pt. 2
1:47
14.
Ucurtma
1:11
15.
Anatema, Pt. 3
1:50
16.
Intihar
3:46
17.
Mektup
1:57
18.
Mucize
4:44
19.
Umut, Pt. 3
1:43
20.
Ayrilik
1:43
21.
Teaser
1:31
22.
Fragman
2:16
23.
Ucurum
2:23
24.
Hazan
1:12
25.
Yolculuk
1:06
26.
Esinti
1:56
27.
Kiz Isteme, Pt. 1
0:58
28.
Kiz Isteme, Pt. 2
2:10
29.
Eskiya
0:46
30.
Avsar Elleri
3:55
31.
Deh Deyin Kizlar
1:10
32.
Ay Lo Dilo

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