I Love You to Death Soundtrack (

I Love You to Death Soundtrack (1990) cover

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Tags: incompetence, mother in law son in law relationship, tacoma washington, murder plot
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Te amaré hasta que te mate

Title in Italiano:

Ti amerò... fino ad ammazzarti

Title in Português:

Amar-te-ei até te matar

Title in Français:

Je t'aime à te tuer

Title in Türk:

Öldüresiye Sevmek

Title in Deutsch:

Ich liebe Dich zu Tode


In Tacoma, Washington, Joey Boca (Kevin Kline) and his loving wife, Rosalie Boca (Tracey Ullman), have two children, own and operate their own successful pizzeria, and own an apartment building, which Joey manages. All of their customers and tenants seem to love affable Joey, perhaps a little too much, as Joey is a chronic philanderer, something of which Rosalie is completely unaware.

Things change when Rosalie secretly catches Joey undeniably cheating on her. After she gets over the initial shock and grief, which makes her want to kill herself, she instead figures a better idea is to have Joey killed. She decides to confide in her mother, handy woman Nadja (Dame Joan Plowright), who lives with them and has not liked Joey for a long time for taking Rosalie for granted, and Devo (River Phoenix), Joey and Rosalie's busboy and cleaner at the pizzeria, who Rosalie knows has always loved her.

Unable to do the job to completion, they figure they need some professional help. Who Devo finds to do the job, are druggie cousins Harlan (William Hurt) and Marlon (Keanu Reeves), whose interest is solely in the money, as they have never killed anyone before. Through the entire proceedings, the truth may set them all free.

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I Love You to Death
Colonel Bogey's March
Kenneth Alford: Writer
Could You Be Loved
Crazy Daisy
Donovan: Writer
Donovan: Performer
Lucio Dalla: Writer
Lucio Dalla: Performer
Non Dimenticar (T'ho Voluto Bene)
P.G. Redi: Writer
You Make My Dreams
Daryl Hall: Writer
Hall & Oates: Performer
Croatian Songs and Dances
Donovan: Performer

User reviews

Patricia Moore

The soundtrack of I Love You to Death is a perfect blend of suspenseful and quirky melodies that complement the dark comedic tone of the film. The music enhances the tension of the plot and creates a captivating atmosphere for the audience to enjoy.

Mark Lopez

The choice of songs in the soundtrack helps to establish the setting of Tacoma, Washington, and creates a sense of place that immerses the audience in the story.

Laura Scott

The use of music in key moments, such as when Rosalie discovers Joey's infidelity, adds emotional depth and intensity to the scenes, making them more impactful.

Michael Hill

The soundtrack's blend of different musical styles and genres mirrors the complexity of the characters and their relationships, adding layers of nuance to the storytelling.

William Thomas

The soundtrack of I Love You to Death effectively captures the dark humor and suspense of the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Andrew Evans

I particularly enjoyed how the soundtrack effectively captured the emotions of the characters, from the initial shock and grief of Rosalie to the chaotic and comedic situations that unfold as the story progresses. The music added depth to the narrative and helped to engage the audience on an emotional level, making the viewing experience even more immersive and enjoyable.

Amanda Wilson

The soundtrack of I Love You to Death perfectly captures the tension and dark humor of the film's plot, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Mark Robinson

The use of music in key moments of the movie adds depth to the characters and their motivations, creating a more immersive and engaging narrative for the audience.