Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Tropa de élite 2

Title in Türk:

Özel Tim 2


Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within follows the story of Lieutenant-Colonel Roberto Nascimento and Captain André Matias after a violent invasion of the High-Security Penitentiary Bangu 1 in Rio de Janeiro. The BOPE, a special forces unit, is accused of executing prisoners during a rebellion.

Matias is transferred to the corrupt Military Police, while Nascimento is exonerated from the BOPE by the Governor. Despite this, Nascimento's popularity leads the Governor to invite him to work with the intelligence area of the Secretary of Security.

Over time, Diogo Fraga, a Human Rights Aids member who is married to Nascimento's ex-wife, becomes a State Representative. Nascimento's son Rafael also faces issues with his father. As Nascimento and the BOPE work to expel drug dealers from slums, a new enemy emerges: the militia led by Major Rocha, supported by the Governor and politicians seeking votes.

Nascimento is manipulated into helping the corrupt group, allowing them to exploit the poor population after eliminating criminals in the slums and poor communities.

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Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within
O Calibre
Zé do Caroço
Leci Brandão: Performer
Leci Brandão: Writer
Quem é Ela
Zeca Pagodinho: Writer

User reviews

Susan Williams

The soundtrack effectively captures the cultural and social context of Rio de Janeiro, adding authenticity to the film's setting.

Susan Smith

The music seamlessly transitions between scenes, enhancing the overall cohesiveness of the film and keeping viewers engaged.

Sarah Green

The use of percussion in the soundtrack effectively conveys the sense of urgency and danger present throughout the film.

Thomas Lopez

Some tracks in the soundtrack seemed out of place or inappropriate for the scenes they were accompanying, disrupting the immersion and emotional impact of key moments in the movie.

Carol Walker

Carol Thomas

The emotional melodies in the soundtrack evoke empathy for the characters and their struggles, adding a layer of complexity to the narrative.

Brian Lee

The fusion of traditional Brazilian music elements with modern orchestral arrangements creates a unique and engaging listening experience.

Melissa Hill

The music did not effectively capture the tension and complexity of the storyline, often feeling disconnected from the intense and gritty themes of corruption, violence, and social injustice portrayed in the film.

Mary Johnson

The music enhances the suspenseful moments and adds depth to the action sequences, making them even more thrilling.

Edward Nelson

Each track in the soundtrack is carefully crafted to complement the on-screen action, resulting in a cohesive audio-visual experience.

Linda Phillips

The soundtrack's dynamic range mirrors the highs and lows of the characters' journeys, immersing the audience in their world.