Episode 2: ‘At The Café’ | Featuring Arlo Parks | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended

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In this second episode directed by Gus Van Sant and Alessandro Michele, we follow Silvia to the neighborhood café, where she meets a friend, played by Arlo Parks, the musician and poet from London. They have a meandering conversation until realising they are surrounded by others in a variety of surreal situations. Silvia’s companion leaves to head off on a sightseeing trip around Rome in a car with some friends. The return of the mysterious flyer sets in motion a journey inside a world where all is not as it seems.
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Music: ‘Forces at Work’
written by Million/Mercer
Licensed by Courtesy of the Domino Publishing and Recording Companies Ltd.
and courtesy of Bar None Records. Published by Stationary Music

(S. Bronski / L. Steinbachek / J. Sommerville)
(P) 1984 London Music Stream LTD.
© 1984 Bronski Music Ltd / BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
Courtesy of Warner Chappell Music Italiana and BMG Rights Management (Italy) srl

‘El Cairum’’
Performed and produced by Jamison Baken

Written by Ralf Doerper Michael Mertens
(P) 1985 Universal Music Italia Srl
© Universal Music Publishing Ricordi Srl

‘Dive In!’
Performed and produced by Jamison Baken

S. Rachmaninov
‘Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43: Var. 18 Andante Cantabile’
Mantovani Orchestra, Annunzio Mantovani (Conductor)
Courtesy of NAXOS Deutschland –

‘Fifty Shades Of Green’
Written by Gordon, Kim A
Published by: Kobalt Music Publishing Worldwide Ltd obo Forgetful Songs [BMI]
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