A man who has witnessed a horrific accident retreats within himself. He is brought to a hospital where the resident doctor tries to get through to him while the doctor is fighting his own life's demons and an out-of-touch supervisor who wants the man permanently committed.
The music for P.J. was written by veteran composer Neil Argo (Wild America, MacGyver, Beverly Hills 90210) who penned an elegant jazz infused, very eclectic, dramatic score that provides the perfect ambiance for both the film and New York City, where the film was shot. A truly hidden gem. NOT TO BE MISSED!
The CD is a limited edition of 300 copies and. A highly recommended score for lovers of classy music.
The film, "P.J.", also has an incredible score by composer Neil Argo, which goes along well with the cast' s fine, performances and the beauty of New York City. Needless to say, the two are a match made in movie heaven. Review by 411' s Tony Farinella
I am pleased to report that Mr. Argo's score for "PJ" is a hidden gem, one that I sincerely hope is made available to the public at some point. This intimate orchestral score was a very pleasant surprise, reminding me a little bit of the low-key work of Elmer Bernstein. The opening "P. J. Main Title" is a gorgeous (though brief) piece of music that hooked me immediately." Review by Clark Douglas for Movie Music UK
P.J. proves to be a restrained and subtle backdrop for this intimate film. Argo's score is a pleasure to listen to, made all the more so by the fine summarizing "End Title," a beautiful piece of music in its own right. Review for Film Score Monthly, Steven Kennedy