Escape From Tomorrow

Escape From Tomorrow


In a world of fake castles and anthropomorphic rodents, an epic battle begins when an unemployed father’s sanity is challenged by a chance encounter with two underage girls on holiday.

ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW is a postmodern fairy tale about an overactive imagination and the dark-side of “family” entertainment.


Critics about the score


The music is almost uniformly magnificent, with an emphasis on soaring, emotional and inspiring themes in the grandest old Hollywood tradition.

The Hollywood Reporter

A score of unlikely grandeur.

Indiewire: The Playlist

Large, fully orchestral, and quite brilliant. One of the things I love about Korzeniowski’s music – and this is absolutely intended to be a compliment – is how unashamedly old-school it is. He’s themes, variations and soaring melodies sort of composer that you don’t get very often these days, cut from the mould of composers like John Barry and Georges Delerue, but who isn’t afraid to augment his style and classicism with contemporary compositional techniques and subtle electronic enhancements when the film requires it. Escape from Tomorrow is a score which embraces all these styles, in a tremendously enjoyable fashion.

Jonathan Broxton for Movie Music UK

The original score is big and bold in a 1950s Technicolor fashion.

The lush score by Abel Korzeniowski is terrific.

Short And Sweet LA

Wonderfully bold and gleefully old-fashioned. (…)
A fascinating listen with a sense of wonder rarely heard.
Rating: 5/5

Lost In The Multiplex

another gem from Abel Korzeniowski

Soundtrack Geek

November 2012


3 Responses to Escape From Tomorrow

  1. Your music is beautiful, it stands out in a time when film score does not take many risks. Thank you!

  2. Where can I find the music??? “Can’t wait to hear this!” also!

  3. Cannot wait to hear this!