A cohabitation of young men and women begin at Signal House where filled with rosy expectation of love and romance blooms. The "Predictors" with vast experiences in dating and love will detect potential lovers in the Signal House. The most exhilarating love game begins now.

Heart Signal - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: Korean

Status: Running

Runtime: 95 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-02

Heart Signal - The Signal (2014 film) - Netflix

The Signal is a 2014 American science fiction thriller film directed by William Eubank, and written by William and Carlyle Eubank and David Frigerio. The film stars Brenton Thwaites and Laurence Fishburne. It premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, and was theatrically released in the United States on June 13, 2014. The film is among an increasing number of low-budget, independent science fiction films to be included at the Sundance Film Festival in recent years.

Heart Signal - Music - Netflix

The musical score for The Signal was written by composer and experimental musical instrument designer Nima Fakhrara. Fakhrara, who has a background as a dulcimer player and student of Persian classical music, approached the production seeking to contribute, having been a fan of Eubank's earlier film Love. As half of the film takes place indoors, Fakhara produced a number of custom instruments for the film designed to limit resonance, including a pagoda made of ceramic insulators, gongs, a number of bowed instruments, a steel marimba, and a tenor violin fashioned with viola strings. When the characters journey outdoors, the music and instruments change. A number of the custom instruments had to be transported to Skywalker Ranch, where Fakhrara was mastering the score. The music supervisor was Aminé Ramer. Fakhrara and Eubank went through 45 versions of the music for the opening credits scene before they chose a final version. A soundtrack album was released by Varèse Sarabande on June 10, 2014. Other songs featured in the film include: “La villa dei delitti” by Gabriele Bazzi Berneri “Tell Me Now” by Generationals “Union” by Deptford Goth “Piano Piece in A Major” by Mark Gordon “Pace, Pace, Mio Dio (From La forza del destino)” by Emilie De Voght “I'll Pretend” by Glen Morris “Ever Night Lulu” by Johnny Appleseed “2.3.5.41 (feat. William Grundler)” by Nima Fakhrara & Free the Robots Charles Gounod's “Ave Maria” (which he arranged from Johann Sebastian Bach's 1st keyboard Prelude in C major from the Well-Tempered Clavier.)

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