Near Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
The New Yorker's Richard Brody alerted me to the fact that the new Terrence Malick film, To the Wonder, will make prominent use of the prelude to Wagner's Parsifal, apparently in a scene set at Mont-Saint-Michel in France. Online reports suggest that the soundtrack will also include Pärt's Fratres, Berlioz's Harold in Italy, Haydn's The Seasons, Respighi's Ancient Airs and Dances, Dvořák's "New World" Symphony, Górecki's Third Symphony, Rautavaara's Cantus Arcticus, and Rachmaninov's The Isle of the Dead. Malick's deployment of the Rheingold prelude in The New World is possibly the most idiomatic use of Wagner in cinema history.
Previously: The music of The Tree of Life.