My Best Enemy
A dark WWII comedy about two friends, stolen artwork and an unfortunate case of mistaken identities, as a Jewish man switches places with his Nazi best friend in order to survive.
This score combines traditional musical elements with shades of the era’s popular swing idiom, it was recorded by one of the finest chamber orchestras in Los Angeles, contracted by Mark Robertson. The featured end credit song is Patty Moon’s “Straight Alone”.
One of many rewarding collaborations with director Wolfgang Murnberger. Many thanks to Bettina Mazakarini for connecting us.