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Between comedy and drama: Sugarmusic’s touch in today’s best tv series

Between comedy and drama: Sugarmusic’s touch in today’s best tv series

Master of None is the tv series following the adventures of what would be literally called an idler, interpreted by Aziz Ansari. The expression is commonly referred to all those musilean “men without qualitites”, capable of doing a little bit of everything, incapable of specializing in anything; or in possess of a smattering of this and that, yet too lazy and apathetic to seriously commit to something.

G. Fusco and M. Antonioni definitley do not belong to such categorie and do possess some great qualities. They composed Eclisse Twist, the piece selected by a brand as big as Netflix for the trailer (very Nanni Moretti-like) that you can watch here below.

Likewise, a global success as Prisencolinensinainciusol by Adriano Celentano, singed – or rather rapped – by his cheerful and sly voice, has been inserted into the first episode’s soundtrack of Fargo’s new season, available in Italy from May 8th.

The Molleggiato’s grammelot is, as a matter of fact, the real protagonist in one of the most unforgettable scenes of the whole episode, where the characters – played by Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead – make their flamboyant appearance in a  nefarious-looking gambling room, attended by shady (and very far from the gentleman’s prototype) individuals.

This is not the first time that Celentano’s songs end up being emplyed in the cult tv series inspired by the Coen brother’s movie: in season 1, episode 6 (Buridan’s Ass) Piccola, sung together with Anita Traverso, plays along as nifty accompaniment to the end credits, while the actor’s  names flow, as the lyrics say, in the «inebriation of an old charlestone»