The cosmic beatmaker has composed the soundtrack to LoveTrue, a film exploring the origins of true love
Directed by Israeli filmmaker Alma Har’el, LoveTrue seeks to question the origin of true love, using civilians to play younger versions of themselves in a style that blurs documentary and fiction. The film follows three love stories set against the backdrop of “starkly different American landscapes”, according to the film’s official website.
Though there’s no trailer or audio for the film available right now, it’s due to come out very shortly: its official premiere is at Manhattan’s Tribeca Film Festival, which takes place from April 13th to April 24th.
Flying Lotus is no newcomer when it comes to composing film scores, having worked on the soundtracks for Terrence Nance’s An Oversimplification of Her Beauty and Aitor Throup’s A Portrait of Noomi Rapace amongst others. LaBeouf, meanwhile, could most recently been found hanging out in a lift in Oxford.
Check out some stills from LoveTrue below.