11 Days 11 Nights Part 2: 'The Sequel' Soundtrack (

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Rating: 4.40/10 from 657 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Extraña Atracción

Title in Italiano:

Top Model

Title in Português:

Estranha Atracção


The writer Sarah Asproon is completing her new book on high-profile prostitution, with the collaboration of her friend/agent Dorothy. To collect authentic material, they set up a girls-ringing agency, which is enjoying considerable success. While Dorothy acts as director of the agency, Sarah assumes the name of coverage of Gloria and soon becomes the most requested girl, until a client, Peter, discovers by chance the true identity, begins to blackmail her with the threat of a scandal and complaint to the police, forcing her to give in to his requests.

To keep the client's appointments in order, Cliff, a young computer programmer, is contacted: he's an attractive, shy and naive guy, and Sarah is impressed. She provokes him from the beginning but he hesitates, since he has never had first contact with a woman and considers himself inadequate, and he finds himself in a delicate situation with his homosexual friend Jason, who would like to be paid by him, but since Cliff does not seem completely determined yet, he chose to take time off, leaving him a guest in his house, waiting for his friend the ideas are clarified.

In reality, Cliff falls seriously in love with Sarah and would like to be perfectly normal with her. But in the end the love for Sarah will dissolve Cliff's doubts; he will live a happy and complete experience with her. Finally overcoming all the obstacles, Sarah and Cliff, foiled Peter's threats and refused Jason's offers, will be able to live happily together, moving to another city.

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11 Days 11 Nights Part 2: 'The Sequel'
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Save The Night For Me
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I Will Find You (Wherever You Are)

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Steven Davis

The use of different musical themes and motifs throughout the film adds depth and richness to the storytelling. Each character's development is beautifully accompanied by a unique musical score that helps to convey their inner struggles and desires.

Melissa Adams

The soundtrack features memorable melodies and haunting harmonies that linger in the mind long after the film has ended. The music creates a lasting impact and enhances the overall viewing experience.

Melissa Robinson

The emotional depth of the soundtrack adds a layer of complexity to the characters' relationships and struggles. The music conveys the inner turmoil and conflicting emotions of the protagonists with great sensitivity.

Kenneth Walker

Additionally, the musical choices seemed out of place at times, distracting from the narrative rather than enhancing it. The soundtrack failed to create a cohesive atmosphere, making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the story and connect with the characters on a deeper level.

Ronald King

The orchestration and arrangement of the soundtrack are masterfully done, creating a cohesive and immersive listening experience. The music seamlessly integrates with the visuals to create a harmonious whole.

Edward King

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a wide range of emotions, from tension and suspense to love and happiness, showcases the versatility and skill of the composer. The music not only complements the visuals but elevates the overall viewing experience, making it truly memorable and engaging.

Carol Lee

The music expertly conveys the tension and drama of Sarah's predicament, drawing me deeper into the story and keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the film.

Joshua Parker

The use of different musical styles and motifs in the soundtrack reflects the diverse themes explored in the film, from love and desire to betrayal and redemption. Each track contributes to building a rich and nuanced narrative.

Emily Martinez

Each track is beautifully composed and adds a layer of richness to the film, making it a truly memorable and engaging cinematic experience.