The Samaritan - The Truth Edit 1 - Todor Kobakov by Score Revolution published on 2012-11-14T00:49:36Z Selected tracks from The Samaritan composed by Todor Kobakov. Please visit our website at www.scorerevolution.com to listen, download, and license tracks for your media projects. All licensing inquiries can be directed to email@example.com After twenty-five years behind bars, ex-grifter Foley (Samuel L. Jackson) is ready for a clean start and a new life, but the demons of his past resurface, leaving him no choice but to risk everything for one last con. If prison is a state of mind, then Foley remains indefinitely incarcerated – that’s the purgatorial subtext of writer/director David Weaver’s gritty crime film, reinforced by Bulgarian-born Canadian composer Todor Kobakov’s hauntingly industrial score. Built atop an intense electronic fermata mixed to emulate the reverberation of sound between concrete walls, Kobakov’s cues convey Foley’s brooding, difficult emotional trajectory, from intense and meditative (Trap and The Truth) to vulnerable and reflective (Tough, Iris and Celia) to intense and driven (City at Night, Save Iris and The Grit), at times softened by acoustic piano, elsewhere dramatically amped by a pulsating electronic beat, as restless as Foley and as unpredictable and uncertain as his fate.