Lot in Sodom is a modern soundtrack to James Sibley Watson Jr and Melville Webber’s 1933 avant-garde film. Following on from creating a soundtrack to their earlier film, The Fall of the House of Usher, I wanted to take on the challenge of a longer film. The film tells the biblical story of Lot, who is visited by angels and instructed to leave Sodom before it is destroyed by God for the sins of the Sodomites. Watson and Webber take an experimental approach to telling the story and make use of a variety of visual effects, including many superimposed shots.
The soundtrack is available to buy on Bandcamp, and you can watch the film here: