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Watch: Emilia Clarke Sings In Clip From Jude Law's 'Dom Hemingway' Plus Full Soundtrack Details

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by Kristen Lopez
November 8, 2013 11:25 AM
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Jude Law’s turn in “Don Hemingway” certainly got the attention of Playlist writer Kevin Jagernauth when he reviewed the film at TIFF this year. The story of a corrupt man (Law) being released from prison is a “brazenly R-rated and devilish” picture as recounted in our original review.  The U.S. release isn’t until April, but the movie is hitting theaters in the U.K. next week, which means a new clip from the film has arrived along with full soundtrack details. 

Featuring an original score by Rolfe Kent (“Election”), the disc will also include tracks by Citizen Cope, Chad Hobson, and “Games of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke, who plays Dom's estranged daughter Evelyn in the film. Speaking of Daenerys Targaryen, a clip of Clarke’s vocal work in the film has been released and shows off her beautiful set of pipes, as she performs a cover of The Waterboys’ “Fisherman’s Blues,” and if you like it, the full rendition is featured on the disc as well. 

“Don Hemingway” hits U.K. theaters November 15th and the U.S. on April 4, 2014. The soundtrack drops in the U.K. next Tuesday and we'll keep you posted should a domestic release become available. [Film Music Reporter/Digital Spy]

"Dom Hemingway" Soundtrack Tracklisting

1. Comin’ Back (Album Version) – Citizen Cope (5:09)
2. The Train To Fontaine (1:46)
3. Evie / I do Owe You (2:21)
4. Hemingway Clubbing – Chad Hobson (2:53)
5. La Fanette (Album Version) (4:07)
6. Sprinting Back To The Villa (0:57)
7. Dom Saves Melody (1:10)
8. Dom Bludgeons The Safe (1:08)
9. Lester’s Revenge (2:08)
10. The Club – Chad Hobson (4:18)
11. Love Is What You Make (4:18)
12. Dom’s Theme (2:25)
13. Fisherman’s Blues – Emilia Clarke (4:15)
14. In A Big Country – Big Country (4:42)

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3 Comments

  • Dave | April 5, 2014 10:22 AMReply

    DVD is the new vinyl? that's why DVD is in decline and vinyl sales are rising eac year!

  • light | March 31, 2014 10:08 PMReply

    Can't wait!

  • fullmovie | March 31, 2014 10:08 PMReply

    Woo!

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