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Rating: 7.10/10 from 35000 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

45 anys

Title in Italiano:

45 anni

Title in Português:

45 Anos


Kate (Charlotte Rampling) and Geoff Mercer (Sir Tom Courtenay) are planning to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary with dozens of friends.

The event is to take place soon in the community hall of Norwich, the town near which they live.

A week before the party, Geoff receives a letter which, although he tries to hide it, obviously troubles him.

When his wife asks him what is going on, Geoff tells her that the body of Katya, his first great love who disappeared fifty years before in the Alps, has just been found in a melting glacier.

From then on, Geoff starts behaving more and more strangely and for the first time after so many years Kate asks herself who the man she married so long ago really is.

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45 ans
My Autumn's Done Come
Lee Hazlewood: Performer
Lee Hazlewood: Writer
I Only Want to Be with You
Ivor Raymonde: Writer
Dusty Springfield: Performer
Bring You Home
Jennifer Dalby: Writer
Symphony No. 2 in C major, J.51: II. Adagio ma non troppo
Stagger Lee
Lloyd Price: Performer
Lloyd Price: Writer
Tell It Like It Is
Aaron Neville: Performer
Lee Diamond: Writer
To Sir with Love
Don Black: Writer
Lulu: Performer
Young Girl
Jerry Fuller: Writer
Piano Concerto in A minor Op. 16 I. Allegro
Comment Disaient-ils
Rondo in D major, K. 382
Romance in D Flat
Happy Together
Symphony No. 25 in G minor, KV 183, Andante
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
Go Now
Prelude No 1 in C major, BWV 846

User reviews

Dorothy Moore

The soundtrack's minimalistic approach allows the actors' performances to shine, adding depth and nuance to their emotional journey.

Donald Walker

The use of subtle piano motifs throughout the film adds a sense of intimacy and nostalgia, reflecting the long history shared by Kate and Geoff.

Michael Phillips

The music choices often felt generic and uninspired, lacking the subtlety and nuance needed to convey the weight of the revelations and conflicts unfolding on screen. It failed to create a cohesive atmosphere that would draw viewers into the story and immerse them in the characters' emotional journey.

Stephanie Mitchell

The musical score in 45 Years perfectly captures the emotional depth of the story, with haunting melodies that linger in your mind long after the film ends.

Donna Jones

Overall, the soundtrack of 45 Years fell short in elevating the viewing experience and failed to leave a lasting impression. It missed the mark in enhancing the storytelling and emotional impact of the film, ultimately leaving a sense of missed potential and a lack of connection with the audience.

Joseph Jones

The choice of music enhances the atmosphere of the film, creating a melancholic and contemplative mood that complements the characters' inner struggles.

James Lopez

The use of music in key moments, such as when Geoff receives the letter about Katya, adds a powerful emotional punch to the scenes. The soundtrack becomes a character in itself, enhancing the overall impact of the film and leaving a lasting impression on the viewer.

Timothy Baker

The soundtrack effectively conveys the sense of unease and tension that builds up as Geoff's secret is revealed, adding an extra layer of complexity to the narrative.

Steven Hernandez

The music seamlessly weaves in and out of the narrative, creating a sense of intimacy and connection with the characters. Each track evokes a different aspect of the story, from nostalgia to uncertainty, adding layers of depth to the film.

Brian Baker

The soundtrack of 45 Years failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' inner turmoil. It felt disconnected from the poignant moments of the film, missing the opportunity to enhance the audience's understanding of the characters' struggles.

Donna Jones

The soundtrack of 45 Years perfectly captures the emotional depth and complexity of the film. The haunting melodies and subtle instrumentation enhance the themes of love, loss, and introspection.

Jennifer Davis

Overall, the music in 45 Years plays a crucial role in immersing the audience in the characters' world, making it a key element in the film's success.