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Composer Carter Burwell left his comfort zone for 'Wonderstruck' and felt at home with 'Three Billboards'

Carter Burwell is comfortable with irony. The New Yorker is best known for his work with Joel and Ethan Coen (beginning with 1984’s “Blood Simple”), where he has accompanied the duo’s black humor and self-deluded characters. So when another regular collaborator, Todd Haynes, asked him to score...
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Carter Burwell is comfortable with irony. The New Yorker is best known for his work with Joel and Ethan Coen (beginning with 1984’s “Blood Simple”), where he has accompanied the duo’s black humor and self-deluded characters. So when...

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