Blood Diamond Soundtrack (

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Rating: 8.00/10 from 582000 votes
Tags: sierra leone, blood diamonds
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Diamante de sangre

Title in Português:

Diamante de Sangue

Synopsis

In 1999, in Sierra Leone, the fisherman Solomon Vandy dreams on the day that his young son Dia Vandy will become a doctor.

His dreams are shattered when the rebels invade his village and kidnap him to work in the diamond mines.

Solomon finds a huge pink diamond and while hiding it, the commandant of the rebels sees, but the rebels are attacked and Salomon is arrested by the government army.

While in jail, the wounded commandant tell the prisoners that Salomon found the stone, and the mercenary smuggler Danny Archer from Zimbabwe releases Salomon and proposes to exchange the diamond by his missing family.

Using the idealistic American journalist Maddy Bowen, Danny locates the wife and daughters of Salomon in a refugee camp, but is informed that his son has been recruited by the rebels.

Salomon and Danny consolidate a partnership, with Salomon looking for and finding his son, and Danny looking for the diamond and finding redemption.

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Blood Diamond
Shine on 'em
Salaam Remi: Produced
Nas: Performer
Nas: Writer
Kepere
When I Get Free
Tupac Shakur: Performer
Tupac Shakur: Writer
Joyous Prayer
Ankala
The Retreat Song (Jikele Maweni)
Saful
When da Dawgs Come Out to Play
From tha Streetz
Solemn Prayer
Nangirira
Shine on 'em
Nas: Performer
Baai
Emmanuel Jal: Performer
Sierra Leone National Anthem
Emmanuel Jal: Performer

User reviews

Karen Roberts
8/10

The haunting melodies and powerful orchestration in the soundtrack of Blood Diamond stay with you long after the movie ends, leaving a lasting impression of the film's themes and messages.

Michelle Scott
6/10

The soundtrack of Blood Diamond perfectly captures the emotional intensity of the film, enhancing the storytelling and adding depth to the characters' struggles.

Melissa Jackson
5/10

The score of Blood Diamond skillfully blends traditional African music with contemporary elements, creating a unique and compelling sound that enhances the overall viewing experience.

James Harris
3/10

Moreover, the choice of instruments and melodies often felt out of place, disrupting the immersion of the audience in the narrative.

Karen Brown
7/10

The soundtrack of Blood Diamond truly captures the emotional depth of the movie's storyline and characters, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Elizabeth Hernandez
6/10

The music in Blood Diamond effectively conveys the tension and danger present in the plot, creating a sense of urgency that keeps the audience engaged.

Dorothy Allen
6/10

The emotional themes present in the film are beautifully underscored by the music in Blood Diamond, evoking empathy and resonance with the characters' struggles and triumphs.

Deborah Thomas
8/10

The music perfectly conveys the tension, hope, and tragedy depicted in the film, creating a powerful connection with the audience and adding layers of complexity to the narrative.

George Martinez
8/10

Each track in the soundtrack is carefully crafted to evoke a range of emotions, from the despair of war-torn Sierra Leone to the resilience and determination of the characters in their quest for redemption and justice.

Mark Lopez
4/10

The soundtrack of Blood Diamond failed to capture the emotional depth and intensity of the story it was trying to convey.

Michael Young
2/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Blood Diamond missed the opportunity to elevate the storytelling and fell short of creating a memorable and impactful cinematic experience.

David Carter
5/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Blood Diamond is a powerful and evocative element of the film, adding an additional layer of richness to the storytelling and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Joshua Jackson
5/10

The use of African rhythms and instruments in the soundtrack of Blood Diamond adds an authentic and immersive quality to the film, transporting the viewers to the setting of Sierra Leone.

Charles Martinez
1/10

The musical compositions felt generic and uninspired, lacking the power to enhance the gripping scenes of conflict and desperation in the film.