Harlequin's Diamond Girl Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.30/10 from 876 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La chica del diamante

Title in Italiano:

Una ragazza preziosa

Title in Português:

Diamond Girl

Title in Français:

Un amour inattendu

Title in Türk:

Un amour inattendu

Title in Deutsch:

Un amour inattendu


Diamond Girl


Claire has worked for Denny for four years, and been in love with him from afar. She believes she can never have him, so she doesn't try. When his brother Regan comes to town to help sell the family vineyard, they agree on a partnership: in order to get Denny away from Margo's influence (Regan believes she is giving him bad advice), Claire will pretend to be his girlfriend, which Regan promises will make Denny unbearably jealous. Only problem is that when Regan turns Claire into the belle of the ball, he begins to fall for her himself, and it's up to Claire to convince Regan that they can have it all.

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Harlequin's Diamond Girl
Gotta Work
Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City - Single Version
Ready or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide from Love)
Street Life
Move on Up
Come On Baby (feat. Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz)
Southside Shuffle
Theme From Trouble Man
Let's Get It On
The Games Real
From Ny To La

User reviews

Donna Lee

The soundtrack of Harlequin's Diamond Girl is a pleasant mix of romantic melodies and uplifting tunes that perfectly complement the storyline.

Linda Robinson

The music stayed with me long after the movie ended, making me want to revisit the story and characters through its beautiful melodies.

Emily Smith

The original score of Harlequin's Diamond Girl is beautifully composed, evoking a sense of nostalgia and romance that complements the characters' emotional journey throughout the film.

Susan Campbell

The soundtrack of Harlequin's Diamond Girl perfectly captures the romantic and whimsical essence of the story, adding depth and emotion to key moments in the film.

Emily Wright

Each track in the soundtrack is expertly crafted to evoke a range of feelings, from heartwarming romance to bittersweet longing, creating a rich tapestry of sounds that stay with you long after the movie has ended.

Dorothy Evans

The soundtrack of Harlequin's Diamond Girl is a captivating blend of enchanting melodies and emotive themes that perfectly complement the romantic storyline.

Kenneth Wright

The music sets the tone for the film beautifully, enhancing the emotional moments and adding depth to the characters' interactions.

Carol Roberts

The lyrics in certain songs were poignant and reflective, adding an additional layer of meaning to the storyline.

Kimberly Anderson

The music truly enhances the emotional depth of the characters and brings an added layer of intensity to key moments in the film, making the viewing experience even more engaging and memorable.

Elizabeth Perez

The music did not effectively capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' relationships in the film. I felt that the soundtrack failed to enhance the storytelling and instead felt disconnected from the on-screen drama.

Joshua Garcia

I found the soundtrack of Harlequin's Diamond Girl to be repetitive and lacking in originality. The music seemed to blend together, making it difficult to distinguish one track from another.

Michael Taylor

Overall, the soundtrack of Harlequin's Diamond Girl enhanced my viewing experience and left a lasting impression on me.

Elizabeth Wright

I particularly enjoyed the instrumental pieces in the soundtrack, as they evoked a sense of nostalgia and melancholy that resonated with the themes of love and longing in the movie.

Mark Carter

The vocals in some of the songs were captivating and added a layer of intimacy to the scenes they accompanied.

Laura Nelson

The variety of music genres in the soundtrack kept things interesting and prevented the film from feeling monotonous.

Stephanie Perez

Some of the musical choices in Harlequin's Diamond Girl felt out of place and jarring, disrupting the overall viewing experience. The soundtrack did not seem to match the tone and mood of the scenes, making it distracting rather than complementary.

Charles Perez

The music selection in the film is diverse and well-curated, featuring a mix of elegant classical pieces and contemporary tracks that enhance the overall viewing experience.