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Listen To An Exclusive ‘Saber Rock’ Soundtrack Preview

Saber Rock “chronicles the unbelievable lengths one man is willing to go and the sacrifices he makes to help coalition forces retake his country from the Taliban. Saber Rock is an expert translator. He has a command of seven middle eastern languages and an undeniable charisma that makes him a brother to everyone he meets. He is a young but battle hardened veteran when he is assigned to work with a small hand-picked team of US Marines deploying to one of the most violent regions in the country. Their mission is to drive a wedge between the Taliban and the Afghan villagers in Helmand Province. All of their communication would have to pass through Rock, making him a lynchpin for winning over the hearts and minds of the Afghan people. The team decides to set up schools for children who are at risk of becoming employed by the Taliban. Rock introduces them to books and hand crank radios that he uses to spread positive messages about coalition forces. As Rock’s successes mount, the team receives intelligence that the Taliban has put a bounty on his head. Rock refuses to back down and tells the Marines he will never leave Helmand until they do.”

We have an exclusive soundtrack preview of composer Inon Zur’s score for the film. Zur “is an award-winning composer for film, television and video games. He is internationally renowned for his emotionally dynamic music scores and innovative musical sound design on blockbuster franchises such as ‘Fallout’, which have generated millions of fans and earned him two BAFTA nominations. Zur previously scored the suspense thriller ‘Reclaim’ for Arclight/Lionsgate. Prior to his highly successful composing career, Inon served as an officer of an elite tank unit in the Israeli army. A graduate of the Music Academy of Tel Aviv, Inon Zur relocated to the United States and attended the film scoring programs at the Dick Grove School of Music and UCLA.” Check out the soundtrack preview below!

 

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