Gente de Bién Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 497 votes
Tags: social realism
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Gente De Bien

Title in Italiano:

Gente De Bien

Title in Português:

Gente De Bien


French architect Gente Verdant (Brayan Santamarià) takes pride in his craft, but as the 20th century comes to a close his art appears to be fading into obscurity. After a particularly challenging few months, Verdant finds himself penniless, at the brink of living on the street. He decays into a great depression which leads him towards a life of hard drug abuse.

From his own destruction, he is born anew when an old friend, Rosteph (Carlos Fernando-Perez) offers new hope in the form of a grandiose architecture project. Verdant claims he is rehabilitated, despite continuing to feed his addictions in private, and insists on taking it upon himself to single-handedly complete the project. At first, swift progress is made, but Verdant slows as he is begins being consumed by his inner suffering.

Rosteph confronts Verdant, and Verdant's denial of his addiction tears the two apart. Verdant flees into a nearby forest, and creates a shelter under the waterfall he would play by as child, with the intention to permanently live there alongside nature. He soon catches hypothermia and dies, leaving his project unfinished.

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Gente de Bién
Tu Cuerpo Me Llama (Remix)
Reykon: Performer
A Mi Manera
Claude François: Performer
Gilles Thibaut: French lyrics
Los Hermanos: Performer
Sola Perduta Abbandonata
Giacomo Puccini: Writer

User reviews

Matthew Wright

Overall, the soundtrack of Gente de Bién is a masterful work that enhances the storytelling and emotional depth of the film, immersing the audience in the tumultuous journey of Gente Verdant with its evocative and poignant compositions.

Ronald Parker

The lack of thematic consistency in the musical score detracted from the overall cohesion of the film. Instead of enhancing the narrative and character development, the soundtrack felt disjointed and disconnected from the on-screen events, failing to create a sense of immersion for the audience.

Kenneth Brown

The soundtrack of Gente de Bien failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the main character's journey from pride to self-destruction. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the necessary gravitas to convey the protagonist's inner turmoil.

Michelle Jackson

The use of orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack effectively conveys the depth of Verdant's despair as he finds himself penniless and on the brink of living on the street. The music evolves with his descent into a great depression and hard drug abuse, creating a sense of hopelessness and desperation.

Andrew Johnson

As Verdant is offered a new chance at redemption through a grand architecture project, the soundtrack shifts to reflect his inner conflict between his claimed rehabilitation and his continued addiction. The music mirrors his struggles as he tries to single-handedly complete the project while being consumed by his inner suffering.

Matthew Parker

The soundtrack of Gente de Bien is a hauntingly beautiful reflection of the protagonist's inner turmoil and struggles. The music effectively conveys the emotions of despair, hope, and redemption throughout the film, enhancing the viewer's connection to Gente Verdant's journey.

William Hall

The use of subtle melodies and atmospheric sounds in the soundtrack adds depth and complexity to the storytelling, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience. The music perfectly captures the essence of each scene, drawing the viewer deeper into the world of the film and evoking a strong emotional response.

Linda Davis

The choice of instrumentation and musical motifs in the soundtrack did not align with the film's themes of addiction, redemption, and inner struggle. The music often felt out of place, undermining the emotional impact of key scenes and failing to evoke the intended sense of melancholy and introspection.

Emily Parker

The soundtrack of Gente de Bién is a haunting and emotional journey that perfectly captures the inner turmoil and struggles of the protagonist, Gente Verdant. The music reflects his pride in his craft and the gradual fading of his art into obscurity as the 20th century comes to a close.

Amanda Mitchell

The emotional climax of the story is powerfully conveyed through the soundtrack when Rosteph confronts Verdant about his denial of addiction, leading to their heartbreaking separation. The music captures the intensity of their conflict and Verdant's subsequent retreat into nature, culminating in his tragic demise under the waterfall.