SLASH Talks About Scoring 'This Is Not A Movie'; Video Interview, Trailer Available

VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash composed the score for the upcoming Mexican film "This Is Not A Movie", the second production written and directed by Olallo Rubio.

An English-language film, "This Is Not A Movie" is 100 percent independently financed with Mexican funds.

"It's very cutting-edge, very artistic, and a little bit trippy," Slash stated about the film. "It's dark, and jagged and a bit surreal, in and out of reality, you know?"

The writer and director, Olallo Rubio, said about the movie, "The idea was to create a very eclectic psychedelic score with sounds generated by acoustic and electric guitars. I was looking for a guitarist with the ability to create very emotional music, but at the same time, the freedom to use any type of effects to explore different sounds. Slash was interested in the project, and so far he has composed the music for six segments, we're very excited with his work."

A new trailer for "This Is Not A Movie" and an interview with Slash about the film can be viewed below.

"This Is Not A Movie" trailer:

Slash interview about "This Is Not A Movie":


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