Fat People Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.60/10 from 3000 votes
Tags: food obsession
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Title in Italiano:

Gordos - Die Gewichtigen

Title in Português:

Gordos - Die Gewichtigen


Abel is a therapist who regularly meets with a handful of clients struggling with the physical and emotional problems of being overweight.

Enrique is an actor best-known as the spokesman for a weight-loss product who loses his job when he fattens up again; he also wrestles with his sexuality when he starts dating his business partner's wife Pilar after identifying as gay for most of his life.

Sofia is engaged to Alex, a committed Christian who ignores her sexual needs; she's able to reawaken his libido when she starts losing weight, but she discovers that he's attracted to heavy women.

Leonor has turned to food for comfort while her boyfriend is in the States.

Andres is a scientist married to Beatriz; they and their daughter are overweight, while their son is not.

As slender Abel tries to guide his clients to healthier and happier lives, he's forced to confront his own issues with fat people when his wife Paula balloons out during pregnancy.

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User reviews

Paul Williams

The Fat People soundtrack beautifully captures the emotional complexities of the characters' struggles with weight, relationships, and self-identity. The music enhances the narrative by adding depth and resonance to their individual journeys.

Andrew Perez

The use of music in Fat People is not only engaging but also adds depth to the themes of body image, relationships, and personal growth explored in the film. The soundtrack effectively sets the tone for each scene, evoking a range of emotions from empathy to empowerment, making it a memorable and impactful aspect of the movie experience.

Margaret Harris

The soundtrack of Fat People fails to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' struggles with weight and relationships. The music feels generic and uninspired, lacking the nuance needed to enhance the storytelling.

Brian Scott

The diversity of musical styles in the Fat People soundtrack reflects the multifaceted nature of the characters' experiences. From poignant ballads to upbeat pop tracks, each song adds a layer of nuance to the storytelling and helps convey the characters' inner turmoil and growth.

David Turner

The music elegantly weaves together themes of love, self-acceptance, and personal growth, enhancing the narrative and drawing the audience deeper into the characters' journeys.

Lisa Nelson

The Fat People soundtrack effectively underscores the themes of acceptance, self-discovery, and personal transformation depicted in the film. The music not only complements the on-screen drama but also serves as a powerful emotional anchor, resonating with audiences long after the movie has ended.

Joseph Wright

Each track in the soundtrack is carefully selected to reflect the inner turmoil and external challenges faced by the characters, creating a rich and immersive listening experience that resonates long after the movie ends.

Karen Miller

The choice of songs and instrumental pieces feels disconnected from the themes and character development in the film, missing an opportunity to enhance the audience's connection with the story. Overall, the soundtrack of Fat People falls short in delivering a memorable and impactful musical experience.

Susan Allen

The soundtrack of Fat People perfectly captures the emotional journeys of the characters, enhancing the storytelling with its diverse range of musical styles and moods. Each track seems to resonate with the struggles and triumphs of the characters, creating a deep connection between the audience and the narrative.

Melissa Jones

The use of repetitive and cliché musical motifs throughout the film becomes distracting and undermines the dramatic impact of key scenes. Instead of adding depth and emotion, the soundtrack often feels like an afterthought, failing to elevate the overall viewing experience.

Matthew Moore

The soundtrack of Fat People perfectly captures the emotional complexity of the characters' struggles with weight, from the tender moments of self-discovery to the intense confrontations with societal expectations.