The soundtrack to The Double Life of Veronique, for example, features a concerto credited to one Van den Budenmeyer - a mysterious, previously undocumented composer, actually concocted by Kieslowski and the composer. ""Kieslowski originally wanted to use some of Mahler's music,"" Preisner explains, ""but this proved too expensive to licence. So he asked me to compose something original in Mahler's style, and we were looking for the name of a composer - something to be taken seriously as 'proper' music ... Afterwards, we got thousands of questions: who was this Van den Budenmeyer? Suddenly, he began appearing in music encyclopaedias. At one point, someone wanted to take me to court accusing me of stealing his music! (...)""