Blow the Man Down Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.40/10 from 12000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Derribad al hombre

Title in Italiano:

Buttiamo giù l'uomo

Title in Português:

Blow the Man Down


Welcome to Easter Cove, a remote and insular fishing village on Maine's rocky coast. In this small town, bonds run as deep as the ocean and secrets are as thick as the morning fog.

Each day, droves of men take to sea for the daily catch while a handful of women serve as the community's powerful, albeit discrete, operators. Though the self-interested code of the town's old guard has governed for years, our tale takes place as the tides are turning in Easter Cove.

Mary Margaret Connolly, a beloved and integral town matriarch, has just passed away. In the wake of her death, her daughters, Mary Beth and Priscilla, face an uncertain future, haunted by bills and unpaid loans left behind. Priscilla tries to fill her mother's shoes by taking over the family fish shop while her younger sister Mary Beth refuses to accept the new responsibilities. The sisters find themselves at odds and Mary Beth stubbornly defends her dream of leaving town - even if it means abandoning Priscilla altogether.

Meanwhile, across town, at a bed and breakfast-turned-brothel, established town elder and madame Enid Nora Devlin is up to business as usual, except for two huge problems: someone stole $50K in cash and one of her girls, Dee, has gone missing. With little else to do, she sends her muscle, an outsider named Gorski, in pursuit of the cash and Dee.

After a series of chance wrong turns sets Gorski on a collision course with Mary Beth, she accidentally kills him and must turn to the only person she has left: her sister. Together, the Connolly sisters must cover up Mary Beth's mistake and figure out what to do with the mysterious bag of cash they found in his shack.

When Dee's body washes up on shore, the town's remaining matriarchs - Doreen, Gail and Susie - snap into action. These three, along with Enid and Mary Margaret, have quietly maintained the code of conduct for decades, navigating the murky water of the town's dubious past. The matriarchs intervene and make it their business to decide Enid's fate - as well as the fate of the Connolly sisters.

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Blow the Man Down
Blow the Man Down
David Coffin: Performer
The Breakup Song
Teenage Suicide
Blood Red Roses
White Lines
Luck Ain't Got Nothin' To Do With It
Can't Stop Hurtin' Myself
The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em)
Greg Kihn: Writer

User reviews

Susan Campbell

Overall, the soundtrack of Blow the Man Down is a standout element of the film, enriching the storytelling and contributing to the overall impact of this gripping and atmospheric tale.

Ronald Smith

The atmospheric and haunting score of Blow the Man Down perfectly captures the essence of a remote fishing village, setting the tone for the mysterious and secretive atmosphere of Easter Cove.

Susan Hernandez

The soundtrack of Blow the Man Down perfectly captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the remote fishing village of Easter Cove in Maine. The haunting melodies and somber tones evoke a sense of foreboding that mirrors the deep-rooted secrets and tensions within the town.

Laura Brown

I found the soundtrack to be repetitive and lacking in variety. The same musical motifs seemed to be recycled throughout the film, making the overall listening experience monotonous and uninteresting.

Ashley Lopez

The evocative use of instrumentation, such as strings and woodwinds, adds a layer of sophistication to the soundtrack, elevating the overall viewing experience.

Patricia Hill

Overall, I was disappointed with the lack of emotional impact that the soundtrack of Blow the Man Down had on me as a viewer. It failed to immerse me in the world of the film and left me feeling disconnected from the characters and their struggles.

Mark Wilson

The use of traditional sea shanties in the soundtrack adds an authentic and immersive layer to the storytelling, transporting the audience to the rugged Maine coast.

Lisa Clark

The emotional depth conveyed through the score enhances the audience's connection to the characters, particularly Mary Beth and Priscilla, as they navigate their conflicting desires and the consequences of their actions.

Margaret Young

Overall, the soundtrack of Blow the Man Down serves as a powerful and evocative companion to the film, enhancing the viewer's experience and immersing them further into the world of Easter Cove.

Dorothy Thompson

The music enhances the storytelling by seamlessly weaving through the complex relationships and hidden motivations of the characters. Each track seems to reflect the emotional turmoil and moral dilemmas faced by the Connolly sisters and the other women of Easter Cove, adding depth and nuance to their struggles and decisions.

Margaret Adams

The soundtrack of Blow the Man Down did not effectively capture the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the remote fishing village of Easter Cove. The music felt generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the storytelling or create a sense of tension.

Linda Hall

The hauntingly beautiful score of Blow the Man Down perfectly captures the mysterious and insular atmosphere of Easter Cove, setting the tone for the unfolding drama.

Joshua Lee

The music in Blow the Man Down skillfully mirrors the ebb and flow of the story, building suspense and capturing the essence of the town's dark secrets and hidden agendas.

Karen White

The music seamlessly weaves together traditional sea shanties and modern compositions, creating a unique and immersive listening experience that enhances the storytelling and adds depth to the characters and their relationships in the film.

Richard Young

The music in the film effectively underscores the complex relationships and power dynamics between the town's characters, enhancing the tension and intrigue of the narrative.

Linda Rodriguez

The score's seamless integration with the visuals enhances the film's atmosphere, creating a cohesive and immersive cinematic experience that stays with the audience long after the credits roll.