Music 2100 by Luc Jacquet
Music 2021 is an upcoming multimedia production from award winning director Luc Jacquet. This film promises to be very different from other similar movies about musicals such as Cats, Jupiter Ascending, or A Christmas Carol. In fact, it has a lot more going for it than those movies did, and that is a promise I’ll get to soon. But first, let me tell you what the movie is all about.
Music is a theme throughout the film, highlighted most notably by the score by Alessandra Ambrosio. The theme fits in perfectly with the storyline, and even includes an original song by the band Pantera. However, music isn’t the only thing we hear in the film, nor are the musicals the only ones that feature prominently. The film also features numerous interviews, each with a unique style of music and discussing everything from the creation of the music to their careers afterwards.
If you want to know how music can affect your life from that point forward, and whether or not it’s going to matter to you in your everyday life (which it should), then Music 2100 is the film for you. Luc Jacquet’s approach to music, as he states in the DVD special feature, is to take “the pulse” of the music industry through the eyes of musicians, and to experience what it’s like to be a part of their world. He talks about how music influences everything from your wardrobe to your choice in restaurant, as well as how it can affect your career. In short, Music 2100 gives you an insider’s look at what’s really going on in the music industry, and how you can use music to enhance your personal and professional life in many different ways.
But how does this work, and how does it impact you? Luc Jacquet shows us that music is a powerful way to create an emotional connection to people, so that we connect to things in our lives on a much deeper level. We feel emotions, connect with people, and can even remember them better if we have a strong emotional connection to someone. Music can be powerful in many ways, but has also been used to quite the opposite, so what does it all mean?
In Music 2100, Luc Jacquet uncovers some of the darker side of music, and gives you the inside scoop on what’s really happening behind the scenes in record deals, touring, and everything else going on behind the scenes. The truth is, it’s not always pretty, and most artists are kept in the dark about the real nature of the business, and kept in a sort of dark box, never really knowing what they’re getting into. Music, more than any other form of art, is a form of social expression, and is affected by societal situations and trends. If artists were to speak out about the state of contemporary music today, they’d be pilloried, and tarred and dragged through the mud – unfortunately, this isn’t the world we live in, but Music 2100 gives you the scoop, and the truth about why music is made the way it is.
Music 2100 is an intriguing look at how music changes your life. It’s a fun and fast-paced book that’ll make you think, whether you like it or not. If you love music, you’ll find this to be an absorbing and enjoyable read. If you don’t, well… you’ll probably put it down.