At Eternity's Gate Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Italiano:

Van Gogh - At Eternity's Gate

Title in Português:

À Porta da Eternidade

Title in Français:

At Eternity's Gate


At Eternity's Gate is a film that portrays the last two years (1888-1890) in the life of Vincent van Gogh. During this time, he spent most of his time in southern France, particularly in Arles.

Van Gogh is portrayed as being driven by his art and the personal meaning it holds for him, rather than focusing on making money. Despite not selling any of his paintings, he is financially and emotionally supported by his brother, Theo van Gogh.

Compared to his friend Paul Gauguin, who experiences some success, Van Gogh is seen as less contemplative about his work due to his rapid painting style and thick strokes of paint on the canvas. However, he is arguably more contemplative, even though he is incredibly prolific.

This contemplative nature eventually manifests as madness, whether perceived or real, as shown through a well-known incident involving his left ear.

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Play Title Artist
At Eternity's Gate
Flight from the City
Mr. Moustafa
A Letter From Prison
Nemo Egg (Main Title)
Thomas Newman: Artist
Sleeping Lotus
Joep Beving: Artist
Dream 1 (before the wind blows it all away) - Pt. 1
Max Richter: Artist
A Sparrow Alighted upon our Shoulder
Mr. Fox in the Fields
Dalur - Island Songs V
Opus 23
Vladimir's Blues
Max Richter: Artist
An Amalgamation Waltz 1839
Joep Beving: Artist
Road To Perdition
Thomas Newman: Artist
Phone Call - From "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"/Score
Jon Brion: Artist
House of Woodcock
Jonny Greenwood: Artist
Good Night, Day
Any Other Name
Thomas Newman: Artist
New York - Mad Rush
Nils Frahm: Artist
Theme - From "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"/Score
Jon Brion: Artist
Written on the Sky
Max Richter: Artist
Öldurót - Island Songs IV
Ólafur Arnalds: Artist
Atli Örvarsson: Artist
SinfoniaNord: Artist
Define Dancing
Thomas Newman: Artist
By the Roes, and by the Hinds of the Field
An Ending, a Beginning
On the Nature of Daylight
Max Richter: Artist
Philip Sheppard: Artist
Louisa Fuller: Artist
Natalia Bonner: Artist
John Metcalfe: Artist
Chris Worsey: Artist
The Light She Brings
Joep Beving: Artist
Lady Bird
Jon Brion: Artist
Doria - Island Songs VII
Ólafur Arnalds: Artist
The Danish Girl
American Beauty
Thomas Newman: Artist
Thom Yorke: Artist
Horizon Variations
Max Richter: Artist
Glassworks: Opening
The Gift
Joep Beving: Artist
Evey Reborn
San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)
Michael Marshall: Artist
Daniel Herskedal: Artist
Emile Mosseri: Artist
Joe Talbot: Artist
Lamentation for a Lost Life
Max Richter: Artist
We Contain Multitudes (from home)
Ólafur Arnalds: Artist

User reviews

Donna Rodriguez

Overall, the soundtrack of At Eternity's Gate is a poignant and immersive accompaniment to the visual storytelling, enriching the viewer's experience of Van Gogh's tumultuous life and artistic legacy.

Donald Turner

The soundtrack's evocative compositions create a sense of intimacy with Van Gogh's inner world, allowing the audience to empathize with his struggles and artistic journey.

Karen Hill

The soundtrack of At Eternity's Gate beautifully captures the emotional turmoil and artistic passion of Vincent van Gogh's last years. The haunting melodies and poignant orchestration perfectly mirror his inner struggles and deep connection to his art.

Stephanie Turner

Overall, the musical accompaniment in At Eternity's Gate elevates the film to a new level, enhancing the viewer's understanding and appreciation of the artist's struggles and triumphs.

James Adams

The score's ability to evoke a wide range of emotions, from joy to despair, showcases the versatility and skill of the composer in capturing the essence of Van Gogh's life.

Kimberly Thompson

The use of music in the film enhances the atmospheric quality of the scenes, transporting the audience to the vibrant and tumultuous world of late 19th-century France.

Sarah Rodriguez

The melancholic tones and haunting melodies in the soundtrack mirror Van Gogh's inner struggles and creative fervor, adding depth to the film's portrayal of his mental state.

Mary King

The score's incorporation of traditional French musical elements enhances the sense of time and place, transporting the listener to late 19th-century Arles.

Jennifer Lopez

Each track in the soundtrack immerses the listener in the world of Van Gogh, from the vibrant colors of southern France to the melancholy of his mental health challenges. The music enhances the storytelling in the film, bringing an added layer of depth and emotion to the already powerful narrative.

Melissa Lee

The hauntingly beautiful piano melodies in the soundtrack of At Eternity's Gate perfectly capture the emotional turmoil and artistic passion of Vincent van Gogh's last years.

Lisa Thomas

The subtle use of ambient sounds in the soundtrack creates a sense of immersion, making the audience feel as if they are witnessing Van Gogh's artistic journey firsthand.

Daniel Harris

The use of music in the film enhances the viewer's understanding of Van Gogh's unique artistic vision and the personal significance he attributed to his paintings.

Kimberly Wilson

Overall, the soundtrack of At Eternity's Gate is a masterpiece in its own right, evoking a sense of empathy and understanding for the complex artist that was Vincent van Gogh. It elevates the viewing experience and leaves a lasting impact on the audience, resonating long after the film has ended.

Daniel Thomas

The music effectively conveys the passion and dedication that Van Gogh had for his art, emphasizing his deep connection to his work beyond mere financial gain.

Patricia Wilson

The music in At Eternity's Gate effectively underscores the moments of madness and emotional turmoil experienced by Van Gogh, adding a layer of complexity to his character.

Mary Williams

The crescendos and decrescendos in the music mirror the highs and lows of Van Gogh's mental state, adding depth and complexity to the storytelling.

James Thomas

The music in At Eternity's Gate effectively conveys the sense of isolation and loneliness that Van Gogh experienced during his time in southern France.

Michelle Wilson

The use of modern or jarring musical elements in certain scenes felt out of place and distracting, taking away from the immersion in the historical setting of 19th-century France. These stylistic choices in the soundtrack undermined the film's ability to transport viewers into Van Gogh's world and connect with his artistic vision and struggles.

Carol Jackson

The soundtrack skillfully mirrors the contrast between Van Gogh's prolific artistic output and the underlying contemplative nature that drives his creative process.

James Green

The soundtrack of At Eternity's Gate beautifully captures the emotional turmoil and intensity of Vincent van Gogh's life during his last years in southern France.

Kenneth Miller

The use of strings in certain tracks adds a sense of melancholy and introspection, mirroring the inner struggles of the artist as depicted in the film.

Linda Moore

The soundtrack of At Eternity's Gate failed to capture the emotional depth and intensity of Vincent van Gogh's inner struggles and artistic passion. The music felt disconnected from the raw and intense emotions portrayed on screen, resulting in a lack of impact on the audience.

Timothy Baker

The choice of music in the film often felt generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the viewing experience or evoke a sense of the time period in which Van Gogh lived. The lack of authenticity in the soundtrack detracted from the overall immersion in the story and the character's journey.