J.T. LeRoy Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.50/10 from 2900 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Italiano:

Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy

Title in Português:

A Minha Vida Como JT Leroy


JT LeRoy is a biographical drama film that tells the story of a young woman named Savannah Knoop who pretends to be the celebrated author JT LeRoy, a persona created by her sister-in-law Laura Albert.

The film explores the complexities of identity, deception, and celebrity as Savannah navigates the world as JT LeRoy, attending book signings and interviews while keeping up the charade.

As the deception grows, Savannah begins to question her own sense of self and grapples with the consequences of living a lie.

JT LeRoy delves into the blurred lines between reality and fiction, shedding light on the power of storytelling and the impact of fame on those who seek it.

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Play Title Artist
J.T. LeRoy
Someone You Loved
Dancing With A Stranger (With Normani) - Acoustic
Be Alright
Got It In You - Acoustic
Happier - Stripped
In Vain
Grip - Alternative Version
Corners Of My Mind
Peer Pressure
No Matter What
The walker
Don't Call Me Up - Acoustic
The Other Side
play the part
when the party's over
Be My Ocean
A Little More
king - acoustic
Dancing On My Own
You've Got Your Whole Life Ahead of You Baby
thinking 2 much
Twenty Something
Always Remember Us This Way
Downhill Lullaby
Wild Love
Mariners Apartment Complex
come out and play
Let It Go
Lay Your Worry Down
When We Were Young - Acoustic
romance is dead
Love Like You Care
No Right To Love You - Acoustic
Lost In Translation - Acoustic
Too Much To Ask
ocean eyes
All Hands
Sunday Morning
Sucker Punch - Acoustic
Slow Up
""Bohemian Like You"
The Dandy Warhols: Performer
If I Could Be What You Wanted
Jim Sturgess: Performer
Geoffrey Knoop: Writer
James Jagger: Writer
James Jagger: Performer
The Windmills of Your Mind
Dusty Springfield: Performer
If I Could Be
Jim Sturgess: Writer
Jim Sturgess: Performer

User reviews

Matthew Mitchell

On the other hand, some may find the soundtrack of J.T. LeRoy lacking in diversity and depth. While it sets the mood for the story, it may not offer enough variation to fully engage the audience throughout the film.

Andrew Davis

Each track in the soundtrack of J.T. LeRoy expertly conveys the inner turmoil and conflict faced by Savannah as she grapples with the consequences of her charade. The music not only complements the narrative but also serves as a powerful emotional anchor, immersing viewers in the psychological struggles of the characters.

Donna Green

The soundtrack of J.T. LeRoy felt disconnected from the emotional depth of the story. The music failed to capture the inner turmoil and conflict experienced by the characters, leaving me feeling underwhelmed and disconnected from the narrative.

George Wright

The soundtrack of J.T. LeRoy perfectly captures the emotional depth and inner turmoil of the main character, Savannah Knoop, as she navigates the complexities of living a double life.

Kimberly Carter

The soundtrack of J.T. LeRoy effectively captures the emotional turmoil and identity crisis experienced by the main character, Savannah Knoop. The haunting melodies and melancholic tones enhance the sense of deception and inner conflict portrayed in the film.

Mark Brown

The music enhances the film's exploration of identity and deception, immersing the audience in the tension and uncertainty of Savannah's journey as she grapples with the consequences of her actions and struggles to reconcile her true self with the persona of JT LeRoy.

Susan Moore

Despite the film's exploration of identity and deception, the soundtrack of J.T. LeRoy lacked depth and originality. The music felt generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the storytelling or evoke any strong emotional response from the audience.

Susan White

The soundtrack of J.T. LeRoy beautifully captures the emotional journey of the protagonist, Savannah Knoop, as she navigates the complexities of identity and deception. The haunting melodies and evocative compositions enhance the storytelling, drawing the audience deeper into the film's exploration of truth and fiction.