Sneak Peak to the Score

We would like to share with you a little piece of music from ‘In Reverie’, done by our talented composer Flávio Medeiros.

I hope you like what you hear. The score is near and dear to our hearts and is such a big part of our film. It’s filled with emotional ups and downs. It really helps take us on Stanislaw’s journey and helps carries us through those silences and pauses, of not knowing what will happen.


Real Name Tag from WW1 Used as Prop

An interesting fact from the film is that we used an authentic name tag from a German soldier that fought in World War 1.

In Reverie authentic prop

The WW1 Name Tag

This came about from the director, Aleksandra Gordon, while she was doing research for the film. Here it is in her words:

“One day I was doing research online while writing the script. I was looking up what the name tags looked like as in the script we have Stanislaw research for his follow comrade’s name using his name tag. While I searched, I came across name tags being sold online, real WW1 name tags and one of them was a German soldiers, just as I needed. At the time I still hadn’t found a name for the soldier in my script, however once I saw this name tag I knew it had to be used in the film and the character’s name will be the name of the soldier who the name tag once truly belonged to, Friedrick Goedeke. So thats how I found the name for our soldier that Stanislaw desperately tries to save.”


The Beginning of ‘In Reverie’

I wanted to start with telling you how ‘In Reverie’ came about.

It all started when my aunt and I were looking through old family photographs. We stumbled across this picture a young man in uniform and I asked who is this?

Stanislaw Gordon