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Skip Lievsay and Paul Urmson. P H OT O : A D A M L E R N E R 48 C I N E M O N T A G E F E A T U R E By Peter Tonguette From the beginning to the end of direc- tor Olivia Wilde's "Don't Worry Darling," it's obvious that there are plenty of things to worry about. The film's setting — a vaguely late 1950s/ early 1960s suburb called Victory, bursting with bright colors, peppy personalities, and houses that resemble, in the words of the folk singer Pete Seeger, "little boxes made of ticky tacky" — is strangely artificial and SOUNDS UNSETTLING SKIP LIEVSAY AND PAUL URMSON TALK ABOUT FINDING THE RIGHT SOUND FOR ONE OF THE YEAR'S MOST-TALKED- ABOUT MOVIES, THE THRILLER 'DON'T WORRY DARLING'

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