1917 Soundtrack (

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Rating: 8.30/10 from 666000 votes
Tags: year 1917, no man's land
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April 6, 1917. On a battlefield in Northern France, Lance Corporal Tom Blake with the British Army is asked to choose one of his battalion colleagues to join him on an assignment, he choosing his best friend, Lance Corporal Will Schofield.

It isn't until Blake chooses Schofield that they learn of the dangerous nature of the mission: to hand deliver a message to Colonel MacKenzie leading another nearby battalion, they having to cross no man's land to what they have been told are now the abandoned German trenches to get to MacKenzie just past the nearby town of Écoust.

The message, which must reach its destination by dawn tomorrow, is for MacKenzie to abort his troop's attack then on the supposedly retreating Germans who are in reality lying in wait, the Germans having planned this deception for months.

The lives of MacKenzie and his 1,600 men are at risk if the message does not make it through in time, one of those men being Blake's brother, Lt. Joseph Blake.

Blake and Schofield's stories as it pertains to them as soldiers in the bigger picture of the war, as soldiers trying to stay alive, as friends, and as human beings who have their own motivations are told for as long as they are able to survive on this mission.

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I Am A Poor Wayfaring Stranger
Craig Leon: Arrangement
Jos Slovick: Performer

User reviews

Lisa Turner

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack evoke a sense of melancholy and loss, reflecting the harsh realities of war depicted in the movie.

Kimberly Brown

The soundtrack of 1917 did not effectively capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' journeys. The music seemed disconnected from the characters' inner struggles and failed to evoke a genuine sense of empathy or connection with their experiences, leaving the audience emotionally detached from the narrative.

Nancy Scott

The musical motifs in 1917 are memorable and help to underscore the emotional journey of the characters as they navigate the challenges of war.

Edward Hall

Overall, the soundtrack of 1917 is a powerful and evocative companion to the film, enhancing the storytelling and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Melissa Martinez

The soundtrack features a mix of grand, sweeping themes and intimate, introspective moments, creating a dynamic listening experience.

Amanda Parker

I found the musical score of 1917 to be overpowering at times, overshadowing the dialogue and ambient sounds crucial for building tension and atmosphere. The excessive use of dramatic orchestral cues often felt forced and distracting, disrupting the immersive experience of the film.

Jennifer Anderson

The use of subtle themes and motifs in the soundtrack helps to underscore the emotional journey of the characters, adding depth and complexity to their experiences. Each musical cue is expertly crafted to enhance the narrative and evoke a wide range of emotions, from fear and despair to hope and determination. Overall, the music of 1917 is a masterful piece of storytelling in its own right, enriching the cinematic experience and leaving a lasting impact on the audience.

Susan Lee

The music in 1917 effectively builds suspense and creates a sense of unease, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the film.

Nancy King

The soundtrack of 1917 perfectly captures the tension and urgency of the film, enhancing the emotional impact of the story.

Nancy Rodriguez

The score of 1917 truly elevates the emotional intensity of the film, perfectly capturing the tension and urgency of the characters' mission. The haunting melodies and powerful orchestration create a sense of unease and anticipation, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the entire movie.

Margaret Mitchell

The use of silence in certain scenes of the film, punctuated by bursts of intense music, adds to the overall impact of the soundtrack.

Timothy Mitchell

The soundtrack of 1917 felt repetitive and lacked variety, making it difficult to differentiate between key emotional moments in the film. The constant use of the same motifs and melodies became monotonous and failed to enhance the storytelling.

Donna Taylor

The use of classical orchestral music in the soundtrack adds a timeless quality to the film, transporting the audience to the World War I era.