"When The Angels Sleep" required a soundtrack capable of emotionally materialize the protagonists´ inner world, yetpreserving at the same time the harshness of the most physical and controversial scenes.
Since my first conversations with Pablo, stillabout the script at that early stage, we always saw this film with little film scoring. Pablo has a great capacity to detect which sequences need music and which don´t, as much as to transmit the necessary emotion at the right mo-ment. In my opinion, his score for the film has been very intelligently made, as it is based more on nocturnal music than on traditional classi-cal instrumentation.
Despite our predictions, in the end the film score spans over half of the film, and it includes some really remarkable passages that I´m sure any enthusiast of film music will truly appreciate.
- Gonzalo Bendala, director of "When angels sleep"