If These Walls Could Talk 2 Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Mujer contra mujer

Title in Italiano:


Title in Português:

Amor no Feminino

Title in Français:

Sex révélations

Title in Türk:

Sex révélations

Title in Deutsch:

Women Love Women


1961: When Abby Hedley (Marian Seldes) dies of a stroke, her surviving partner of fifty years, Edith Tree (Vanessa Redgrave), must silently face heartbreak and the denial of her status as "family" by the hospital and Abby's heirs.

1972: Feminist and college student Linda (Michelle Williams) and her lesbian cohorts are ousted from the on-campus women's group - apparently, the cause of feminism comes first. Attempting to forget their troubles, the friends go to the town's only lesbian bar, where Linda meets Amy (Chloë Sevigny), who is too butch for Linda's friends. Intrigued, despite her friends' disapproval, Linda comes to understand and fall in love with Amy while learning about her own prejudices.

2000: Fran (Sharon Stone) and Kal (Ellen DeGeneres) want to have a baby. But they want the baby to be theirs only, so to the sperm bank they go. But the decisions to be made. Ordering over the internet? Which donor? What race? What gender? And what if the sperm bank is out of that particular perfect donor? Above all, is it right to bring a baby into a world that will undoubtedly be prejudiced? Or will love and laughter see them through?

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User reviews

Kenneth Lee

The soundtrack effectively sets the tone for each era portrayed in the film, creating a cohesive auditory experience for the viewers.

Thomas Martin

The musical choices evoke a sense of nostalgia and authenticity, transporting the audience to different time periods seamlessly.

Nancy Baker

The soundtrack's melodies linger long after the film ends, resonating with the viewer and enhancing the overall impact of the storytelling.

Joshua Garcia

The soundtrack of If These Walls Could Talk 2 perfectly captures the emotional depth of the stories depicted in the film, especially in the 1961 storyline of Edith Tree's heartbreak and denial.

Ashley Adams

The music in the 1972 segment enhances the themes of feminism and self-discovery, adding a layer of complexity to Linda and Amy's evolving relationship.

Michael Parker

The music creates a sense of unity and connection between the characters, emphasizing the importance of human relationships and understanding.

Kimberly Smith

The soundtrack of If These Walls Could Talk 2 failed to evoke the emotional depth of the characters' struggles and triumphs throughout different time periods. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the ability to enhance the storytelling or connect with the audience on a deeper level.

Kenneth Robinson

The emotional depth of the soundtrack perfectly captures the heartbreak and denial faced by Edith Tree in 1961.

Carol Williams

The musical accompaniment in the film serves as a powerful storytelling tool, effectively conveying the characters' inner thoughts and feelings without the need for dialogue.

William Parker

The use of music in the 2000 storyline involving Fran and Kal's journey to parenthood adds a sense of contemplation and uncertainty to their decision-making process.

Amanda Parker

The soundtrack of If These Walls Could Talk 2 is a standout element that elevates the viewing experience and leaves a lasting impression on the audience.

Daniel King

Overall, the music in the film not only complements the narrative but elevates it, creating a more immersive and impactful viewing experience for the audience.

Charles Harris

The use of different musical styles throughout the film showcases the diversity of the human experience portrayed in each story.

Jennifer Wilson

The soundtrack enhances the storytelling by adding layers of emotion and depth to each character's journey.

Mark Baker

The diversity of musical styles and genres in the film's soundtrack adds richness and texture to the storytelling, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Joshua Jackson

The choice of music in the film often felt jarring and out of place, disrupting the flow of the narrative rather than complementing it. The soundtrack seemed disconnected from the time periods portrayed, making it difficult to fully immerse oneself in the story and undermining the overall viewing experience.

Nancy Jackson

The musical choices in If These Walls Could Talk 2 skillfully mirror the struggles and triumphs of the characters, allowing for a deeper connection with their narratives.

Stephanie Harris

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a range of emotions, from heartbreak to joy, showcases the skillful curation and composition of the music for each scene.

Brian Smith

The music effortlessly conveys the struggles and triumphs of the feminist movement in the 1970s storyline.

Kenneth Mitchell

The themes of love and family are beautifully underscored by the music in the 2000 segment of the film.

Patricia Robinson

The soundtrack of If These Walls Could Talk 2 enhances the film's themes of love, loss, and resilience, underscoring the universal experiences depicted in each storyline.