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PAPARAZZI

  1. 1.Cat and Mouse

  2. 2.Aftermath

  3. 3.Solitude

  4. 4.The Break-In

  5. 5.The Awakening

  6. 6.Turning Tables

  7. 7.Silent Anger

  8. 8.Falling

  9. 9.Taped Evidence

  10. 10. Questioning

  11. 11. Taking Rex In

  12. 12. Realization

  13. 13. End Of The Line

  14. 14. Discussion With A Detective

  15. 15. The Telltale Pen

  16. 16. Celebrity Life

  17. 17. Garbage Fetish

  18. 18. Evidence Lost

  19. 19. Laramie Hitches A Ride

  20. 20. Batter Up

  21. 21. Hands In The Air

  22. 22. Telling

  23. 23. Premiere

  24. 24. Scene Of The Crime

  25. 25. Blackmail

  26. 26. Camera Chase

  27. 27. Tabloid Exposure

  28. 28. Adrenaline Force 2

  29. 29. Invasion Of Privacy

  30. 30. Intruders

  31. 31. Fans And Lights

  32. 32. Resolution

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Paparazzi is a 2004 action film directed by Paul Abascal, produced by Mel Gibson, and starring Cole Hauser and Tom Sizemore. The film follows the life of a popular Hollywood movie star and his revenge on four paparazzi photographers responsible for the death of his wife and child in a car crash.


"When it came to decide on a composer for Paparazzi, the editing room was stacked high with piles of CD's. After listening to about thirty, they all started to sound alike. I knew what I wanted but wasn't hearing it. I had lunch with my production designer and told him how frustrated I was getting and his eyes lit up. We drove to his house and he handed me a Brian Tyler compilation CD. I took a drive up PCH while I listened. Before I got to Malibu, I pulled over and called Brian. I had found my composer. Sometimes trying to convey musical ideas can be a bit awkward. I quickly learned that Brian was incredibly good at interpreting ideas into music. At times it felt as if he had read my mind. I told him I saw the Paparazzi as insects and he immediately embraced the concept, but more importantly knew just how far to take it. For another scene, I needed to convey Bo's first taste of revenge and the feeling of regret that accompanied it. At the same time that piece of music had to have a hypnotizing effect on the audience to bring them into this state of mind. When I heard what he came up with I nearly cried, "Perfect!" In every situation, Brian took the music beyond my expectations and elevated the film. For a director, there is no better feeling (with the possible exception of huge box-office numbers)."

- Paul Abascal, director 'Paparazzi'
 

(c) Brian Tyler, 2011