Dark Harbor Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.20/10 from 2800 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La isla de la niebla

Title in Italiano:

Dark Harbor

Title in Português:

Nada Acontece por Acidente


The middle-aged lawyer David Weinberg has been married for seven years with his very young wife Alexis Chandler Weinberg. They are driving through a lonely road in a rainstorm trying to get the ferry to their private island. However, Alexis sees a fainted drifter on the roadside and they stop their car. Alexis forces David to bring the drifter to the next town; they miss their ferry and need to spend the night in a motel. On the next morning, they go to their house in the island and David proposes to sail with her, but they have an accident in the mist and the boat is stranded near an island. They find the drifter camping on shore and he helps the couple to fix the boat. When they arrive home, they invite the man to stay with them. When David leaves the house to play golf, Alexis and the drifter spend the time together and he tells that he is a poet, but cannot write, and shows his poems written by different people. He asks her to write and sign a weird poem about drowning for him. Then they go to the woods and when the drifter is going to eat a mushroom, she tells him that it is lethal. However she explains that there are mushrooms that are lethal and others that have aphrodisiac effect. However she does not eat the fruiting body and when they return, David wants to take the man to town. However there is a problem with the boat and he needs to return. On the next morning, David has an argument with Alexis and fights with the drifter that flees. However Alexis meets him in the woods and she is seduced by him, eating the aphrodisiac mushroom. What will happen to them?

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Dark Harbor
Go Slow
Julie London: Performer
Russell Garcia: Writer
Happy Birthday to you
Mildred J. Hill: Writer
Norman Reedus: Performer
Air for Orchestra Suite No 3 in D Major
Johann Sebastian Bach: Composer
David Mansfield: Adapted and arranged
Concierto No 4 in E Minor for 4 violins
Antonio Vivaldi: Composer
Ave Maria
Franz Schubert: Composer
Sasha Lazard: Performer

User reviews

Carol Williams

The haunting and atmospheric score of Dark Harbor perfectly sets the tone for the mysterious and suspenseful storyline, immersing the audience in the eerie atmosphere of the film.

Anthony Johnson

The seamless integration of music with visuals in Dark Harbor showcases the skillful craftsmanship of the composers and enhances the overall cinematic impact of the film.

Betty Hill

The soundtrack features a mix of electronic and orchestral elements, blending modern and classical sounds to create a unique and immersive listening experience.

Betty Hill

The use of repetitive and overused musical motifs throughout the film's soundtrack detracted from the overall atmosphere, making key moments feel predictable and lacking in emotional impact.

Betty Taylor

The melodic motifs and recurring themes in the score create a sense of continuity and cohesion, enhancing the overall storytelling and character development in the film.

Linda Garcia

The soundtrack of Dark Harbor failed to effectively capture the suspense and tension of the plot, relying on generic, uninspired musical cues that did little to enhance the viewer's experience.

Donald Smith

Overall, the music in Dark Harbor elevates the film and contributes to its overall sense of mystery and intrigue.

Melissa Harris

The emotional depth and complexity of the compositions in the soundtrack of Dark Harbor enhance the character development and motivations of each individual in the story. The music seamlessly conveys the inner turmoil and conflicting emotions of the characters, drawing the audience deeper into their personal struggles and relationships.

John Lopez

The soundtrack effectively conveys the complex emotions and psychological dynamics between the characters, adding depth and richness to their interactions on screen.

Michael Harris

The atmospheric and haunting melodies in the band soundtrack of Dark Harbor perfectly set the tone for the mysterious and suspenseful storyline. The use of eerie piano notes and subtle string arrangements creates a sense of unease and tension, adding depth to the unfolding drama.

David Wright

The subtle use of percussion in the soundtrack helps to drive the narrative forward and heighten the sense of urgency in certain scenes.

George Rodriguez

The seamless integration of various musical styles and instruments in the band soundtrack of Dark Harbor showcases the versatility and creativity of the composers. From ethereal vocals to dramatic percussion, each musical element serves a purpose in enhancing the narrative and building a sense of anticipation and intrigue throughout the film.

Melissa Clark

The use of subtle musical cues in key moments enhances the tension and suspense, keeping the viewers on the edge of their seats throughout the movie.

William Campbell

The soundtrack of Dark Harbor sets a haunting and mysterious tone that perfectly complements the film's tense atmosphere.

Timothy Johnson

The integration of different musical styles and instruments creates a diverse and engaging soundscape that complements the diverse range of emotions and themes explored in the film.

Deborah Campbell

The use of eerie strings and dissonant chords in the music creates a sense of unease and foreboding throughout the movie.

Elizabeth Jackson

The music in Dark Harbor adds layers of complexity to the characters and their relationships, reflecting their inner turmoil and conflicting emotions.

Lisa White

The soundtrack of Dark Harbor masterfully builds anticipation and suspense, heightening the impact of pivotal scenes and ensuring a captivating viewing experience.

William Phillips

The soundtrack effectively builds suspense during key moments, enhancing the tension and keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

Daniel Lewis

The evocative music of Dark Harbor lingers in the mind long after the movie ends, leaving a lasting impression and adding an extra layer of depth to the overall viewing experience.