All Good Things Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Todas las cosas buenas

Title in Italiano:

Love & Secrets

Title in Português:

Entre Segredos e Mentiras


David Marks is the eldest of the third generation of the New York Marks real estate moguls, they who are in the top five of all New York City landowners, primarily of tenements and commercial properties renting to what would be considered seedy shops. David never had any desire to enter into the family business, which was run during the late twentieth century by his long widowed father, the cutthroat Sanford Marks, with whom he had a detached relationship.

In November 2003, David is testifying at a trial, where one of the attorneys, Richard Panatierre, is questioning him primarily about his life with his wife, Katie Marks née McCarthy, who he met in January 1971 when she was a tenant in one of the Marks owned buildings. Sanford never approved of Katie because of her working class status. Before they got married, David and Katie moved to Vermont to open a health food store, although their life was subsidized by Sanford. Sanford was able to convince David to move his family back to New York City and to accept a job in the family business doing work which Katie would probably not agree with if she knew its nature.

As David got immersed in this work, his mood and behavior changed drastically to a point where Katie no longer saw in him the man she married, although she tried to stand by him even through these difficulties. But their lives began to drift apart. As Panatierre continues his questioning to its conclusion with David, the true nature of the trial and the reasoning for the questions about Katie come to light.

The trial would not have have occurred without the direct or indirect involvement of (among others) David's longtime friend, writer Deborah Lehrman, an ambitious new New York District Attorney named Janice Rizzo, and a more recent Galveston based friend of David's named Malvern Bump.

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All Good Things
Daddy Don't Live In That New York City No More
Walter Becker: Writer
Steely Dan: Performer
Richard Rodgers: Writer
Kirsten Dunst: Performer
Randy Scruggs: Writer
Randy Scruggs: Performer
Boogie Oogie Oogie
Come To Me
Antonio DiVerdis: Writer
France Joli: Performer
Do It Again
Walter Becker: Writer
Steely Dan: Performer
Last Dance
Paul Jabara: Writer
Donna Summer: Performer
That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be
Carly Simon: Performer
Jacob Brackman: Writer
Yo Quiero Vivir en Mi Tierra
Rey El Vikingo: Performer
Don't Take Me Alive
Walter Becker: Writer
Steely Dan: Performer
Daddy Don't Live In That New York City No More
Walter Becker: Performer
Because I Can
That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be
Jacob Brackman: Performer
Lovin' The Sin
Judith Leroux: Performer
Don't Take Me Alive
Walter Becker: Performer
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Walter Becker: Performer

User reviews

Emily Allen

The score of All Good Things is a standout feature of the film, elevating the storytelling and creating a lasting impact on the audience.

Nancy White

Overall, the soundtrack of All Good Things complements the dark and twisted narrative of the film, creating a cohesive and immersive audio-visual experience for the audience. It successfully sets the mood and enhances the storytelling, making it a memorable aspect of the movie.

Edward Hernandez

The use of haunting melodies and somber tones in the soundtrack adds depth to the emotional turmoil experienced by the characters, especially David Marks. The music helps to convey the internal struggles and conflicts faced by the protagonist, making his journey more compelling to follow.

David Martinez

The soundtrack of All Good Things captures the tense and mysterious atmosphere of the story effectively. The music enhances the sense of unease and suspense throughout the film, keeping the audience engaged.

Mary Miller

The soundtrack of All Good Things perfectly captures the emotional intensity of the storyline, enhancing the viewing experience.

Donald Adams

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack add depth to the character development, allowing the audience to connect on a deeper level with the complexities of David Marks' life.

Stephanie Evans

The musical motifs in the soundtrack are memorable and help to reinforce key themes and motifs throughout the film.

George Hall

Overall, the soundtrack of All Good Things is a masterful work of art that enhances the film's emotional depth and leaves a lasting impression on the viewer.

James Adams

The lack of cohesion and thematic consistency in the soundtrack detracted from the overall viewing experience, making it difficult to connect with the characters and their struggles on a deeper level.

Brian Harris

The soundtrack seamlessly transitions between moments of tension and moments of reflection, adding layers of complexity to the overall narrative.

Timothy Harris

The music effectively sets the tone for each scene, creating a sense of suspense and intrigue that keeps the audience engaged throughout the film.

Betty Hernandez

The music choices in the film often felt out of place and jarring, disrupting the flow of the narrative and making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the story.

Laura Walker

The music in All Good Things skillfully reflects the inner turmoil and conflict faced by the characters, creating a rich and atmospheric backdrop that elevates the overall viewing experience. The haunting melodies and evocative compositions stay with you long after the movie ends, resonating with the themes of love, betrayal, and personal transformation explored in the film.

Melissa Lewis

The soundtrack of All Good Things perfectly captures the complex and emotional journey of the characters, enhancing the storytelling with its haunting melodies and poignant themes. Each track immerses you into the world of David Marks and his tumultuous relationships, adding depth and intensity to every scene.

Donna Parker

The soundtrack of All Good Things failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the storyline, leaving the film feeling flat and uninspired.

Kimberly Davis

The use of different instruments and musical styles in the soundtrack showcases the diverse range of emotions portrayed in the film, from love and joy to betrayal and despair.