I worked on film and commercials for over ten years and was often looking for 'juxtaposition genius' ideas etc. A Viennese waltz in 2001 when the percieved logic might have been computer blips, or the fantastic score for the Spahetti Westerns when Sergio Leone fell about laughing at Morricones humorous take on the rushes. Those are works of genius and totally involve the viewer in the film either as beauty or character development. The runners up were very obvious and same old, same old, but they worked in terms of the film movement etc. The winner did exactly what film music should NOT do and drew attention to itself to the detriment of the action. Very poor decision, but judging by the runners up the judges didn't have much to choose from for originality.