Yes, you see it right, this is 18 min 27 sec long track. Actually at least 7 or 8 tracks combined, I can't recall the actual tracklist now.
I've composed these songs for an indie project some guys made during my university time (yeah I'm that old...). It's about a doctor living alone as a real hermit, because under a surgery the patient died due to a mistake he made. One night a stranger knocks on his door and tricks himself into his flat - and an interesting discussion starts about faith, hope and starting over.
The twist is that this strange guy is a kind of angel (or something similar, the film didn't give clear hints on this), and at the end the doctor has to rush and save a mother and her child after an accident, which he manages successfully.
The soundtrack is minimal and repetitive - I've operated mostly with piano and synth pads. Bruce Springsteen's Streets of Philadelphia was the main inspiration point, although I got carried away quite a bit at the end, especially from harmonic/melodic progression point of view.
I think the result is a decent score, that could "catch" the listener, if you are in a certain mood.
Feel free to rate, comment, download or use the track, as you wish like. Enjoy!