One gets inspired, who knows where from. Music is still so big in many people's lives, that when you've tracked a composer such as Eric Serra only to be led to one connection, through film, that says something. You wait for his scores in the films of Luc Besson. You wait for Luc's films, and his latest is truly original, one he long spent researching. James Cameron once defended his megabudgets by saying, "For $7, you get a lot of movie. End of story." He has a point. Lucy has quite the story and vision, and beneath that, what we expect from Besson's bang-bang interludes. But they work. The movie also uplifts, which is what the camera and sound can do.