The Manchurian Candidate

Jackson, Blair
October 2004
Mix;Oct2004, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p80
Features the remake of the motion picture "The Manchurian Candidate," by director Jonathan Demme. Comment of Paul Umson, supervising sound editor regarding the idea of Demme in remaking the film; Action taken by Umson to furnish the sound effects of the film; Contribution of Wyclef Jean in furnishing the sound effects of the movie.


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