For more than twenty years now, I've been listening to this haunting music and it has never dulled. Revisiting it now, in my forties, I find it overwhelmingly sad....tracks #2 "Poverty" and #3 "Deborah's Theme" crystallize what I think is the theme of the movie: how a group of young people coming of age just when the country itself is coming into its own can, like the leadership of the country, make choices that impact the rest of their lives. Can they....can the country...find redemption? Like great fiction, and, many would say, like the movie, it has different meanings as you listen to it at different stages in your own life. I call that music for the ages. This one will be regarding as a classic long after my generation has left the earth.