Ayla Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Ayla: La hija de la guerra

Title in Italiano:

Ayla - La figlia senza nome

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Ayla: The Daughter of War is a Turkish drama film based on a true story set during the Korean War. The film follows the story of a young girl named Ayla who is found by a Turkish sergeant, Süleyman, in the middle of a battlefield. Despite the language barrier and cultural differences, Süleyman decides to take care of Ayla and the two form a strong bond.

As the war rages on, Süleyman and Ayla's relationship grows stronger, with Süleyman becoming a father figure to Ayla. However, their bond is tested when Süleyman is forced to return to Turkey at the end of the war, leaving Ayla behind in Korea.

Ayla: The Daughter of War is a heartwrenching tale of love, sacrifice, and the enduring power of human connection. It highlights the impact of war on individuals and the bonds that can form in the most unlikely of circumstances.

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Cleanup Song
Chillin' Like a Villain
You've Got a Friend in Me (para el Buzz Español) - From "Toy Story 3"
Hakuna Matata
Let It Go - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
Arabian Nights
Un Poco Loco
Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz)
You're Welcome
How Far I'll Go

User reviews

Donna Martin

The use of traditional Turkish instruments in the music adds an authentic touch to the film, immersing the audience in the cultural background of the story.

David Green

Each track in the soundtrack seems to be carefully crafted to resonate with the audience, creating a lasting impact long after the movie has ended.

Paul Martin

The soundtrack of Ayla is a standout feature of the film, seamlessly weaving together traditional Turkish melodies with poignant orchestral arrangements to create a moving and memorable musical backdrop that stays with the audience long after the credits roll.

Joshua Hill

The soundtrack of Ayla skillfully conveys the emotional journey of the characters, from the initial meeting on the battlefield to the poignant separation at the end of the war, evoking a range of feelings from hope and joy to sorrow and longing.

Kimberly Hill

The music beautifully reflects the cultural clash and eventual bond between Süleyman and Ayla, effectively communicating the language barrier and differences they face, while also showcasing the universal themes of love and human connection that transcend any cultural divide.

Charles Smith

The music transports the listener to the setting of the Korean War, evoking a sense of history and tragedy that complements the storyline perfectly.

Lisa Wilson

The emotional depth of the soundtrack elevates the storytelling, making the audience feel a deeper connection to the characters and their struggles.

Margaret Harris

The music strikes a balance between somber and hopeful tones, mirroring the ups and downs of the characters' journey throughout the film.

Ashley White

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a wide range of emotions showcases the talent and skill of the composers in capturing the essence of the film.

Mary Hill

The soundtrack effectively conveys the bond between Süleyman and Ayla, tugging at the heartstrings and emphasizing the strength of their relationship.