L'Armée des 12 singes Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Doce monos

Title in Italiano:

L'esercito delle 12 scimmie

Title in Português:

12 Macacos

Title in Français:

L'Armée des 12 singes

Title in Türk:

12 Maymun

Title in Deutsch:

12 Monkeys


James Cole, a prisoner of the state in the year 2035, can earn parole if he agrees to travel back in time and thwart a devastating plague. The virus has wiped out most of the Earth's population and the remainder live underground because the air is poisonous. Returning to the year 1990, six years before the start of the plague, Cole is soon imprisoned in a psychiatric facility because his warnings sound like mad ravings. There he meets a scientist named Dr. Kathryn Railly and Jeffrey Goines, the mad son of an eminent virologist. Cole is returned by the authorities to the year 2035, and finally ends up at his intended destination in 1996. He kidnaps Dr. Railly in order to enlist her help in his quest. Cole discovers graffiti by an apparent animal rights group called the Army of the Twelve Monkeys, but as he delves into the mystery, he hears voices, loses his bearings, and doubts his own sanity. He must figure out if Goines, who seems to be a raving lunatic, holds the key to the puzzle.

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L'Armée des 12 singes
What a Wonderful World
Louis Armstrong: Performer
Bob Thiele: Writer
Blueberry Hill
Fats Domino: Performer
Al Lewis: Lyrics
Vincent Rose: Performer
Sleep Walk
Johnny Farina: Writer
B.J. Cole: Performer
Vertigo Theme
Astor Piazzolla: Writer
Link Wray: Performer
Milton Grant: Writer
The Earth Died Screaming
Tom Waits: Writer
Woody Woodpecker Music
Walter Greene: Writer
Bob Spickard: Writer
The Chantays: Performer
Silent Night, Holy Night
Franz Xaver Gruber: Performer
Joseph Mohr: Lyrics
String Quartet No. 13 in a Minor 'Rosamunde' D804
Franz Schubert: Writer
Tom Waits: Performer
Piano Concerto No. 21 In C Major, K.467
Bob Spickard: Performer
Silent Night
Bob Spickard: Performer
String Quartet No. 13 in a Minor 'Rosamunde' D804
Bob Spickard: Performer

User reviews

Deborah Johnson

The soundtrack of L'Armée des 12 singes is a masterful blend of eerie and haunting melodies that perfectly capture the bleak and dystopian atmosphere of the film.

Andrew Phillips

The use of haunting melodies and dissonant tones in the score enhances the sense of paranoia and disorientation experienced by the characters, adding depth to the storytelling.

Patricia Walker

The emotional depth and complexity of the music mirror the moral dilemmas faced by the characters, adding layers of tension and introspection to the narrative.

Ronald Moore

The use of unconventional and experimental sounds in the music adds a unique and thought-provoking element to the overall viewing experience, making it stand out as a memorable and impactful aspect of the film.

John Perez

The use of experimental sounds and unconventional instrumentation in the music adds a unique and avant-garde touch to the overall auditory experience, making it a standout feature of the film that truly elevates the viewing experience.

Charles Lopez

The soundtrack of 12 Monkeys perfectly captures the eerie and dystopian atmosphere of the film, immersing the listener in a world of chaos and uncertainty.

Kimberly Young

Overall, the soundtrack of 12 Monkeys is a masterful piece of work that enhances the film's themes and narrative, serving as a vital component in conveying the story's emotional impact.

Betty Lee

The juxtaposition of different musical styles and textures in the soundtrack creates a sense of unpredictability and keeps the listener engaged throughout the film.

Ashley Miller

The incorporation of industrial and electronic elements in the music reflects the futuristic setting of the film and creates a unique auditory experience that complements the visuals.

Susan Brown

Each track in the soundtrack effectively enhances the tension and suspense of the movie, creating a sense of unease that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the entire film.

Brian Mitchell

The soundtrack effectively conveys the psychological turmoil of James Cole, the protagonist, as he grapples with his own sanity and the weight of his mission to prevent a global catastrophe.

Richard Thompson

The soundtrack of L'Armée des 12 singes perfectly captures the eerie and unsettling atmosphere of the film, enhancing the sense of mystery and suspense throughout the storyline.