"COMBINING THE STRONGEST ELEMENTS OF FEMME FATALE & REDACTED"
Robert C. Cumbow's list at Parallax View's "Best of 2019" post last month places Domino at the top of what Cumbow calls his "Magnificent Seven." Cumbow must not read our blog here at De Palma a la Mod (turns out he does-- see comments below), or he would surely have read that Brian De Palma claims that Domino was not recut. In any case, here is what Cumbow writes about the film in the best-of article:
I didn’t see all of the films I’d like to have seen, but I did a fair job of catching the ones I most wanted to, and of those, here are the ones I liked best:
Domino (Brian De Palma) took a lot of flak for being cut down from 150+ minutes to 88, but for me it was a crisp, clean 88 and the best film De Palma’s done since Femme Fatale. Combining the strongest elements of Femme Fatale and Redacted with some actual thought about what it means to make images and the all-too-human motivations that underlie our most high-minded moral choices, this has to be my top film of 2019.
Cumbow also lists two composers under "Music" - Pino Donaggio for Domino, and Max Richter for Ad Astra.