Les Nerfs à vif Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El cabo del miedo

Title in Português:

O Cabo do Medo

Title in Français:

Les Nerfs à vif

Title in Türk:

Korku Burnu

Title in Deutsch:

Kap der Angst


Fourteen long years of incarceration can change a person in more ways than one. And with the sweet taste of newly gained freedom in his mouth and all the time in the world, unrepentant, violent criminal Max Cady sets foot in the tranquil community of New Essex in North Carolina still bearing a grudge: one way or another, flawed defence attorney Sam Bowden is going to pay.

Now, as the pitiless psychopath embarks on a relentless mission to test Bowden's limits to the breaking point, the lawyer's defenceless family is about to pay for Sam's sins. But not before the Bowdens learn a thing or two about pain and loss.

Sinewy, iron-pumping Max has lived his life like an animal. Is Sam prepared to die like one?

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Les Nerfs à vif
Per te d'immenso giubilo
Guns N' Roses: Performer
Guns N' Roses: Writer
Do Right Woman--Do Right Man
Aretha Franklin: Performer
Dan Penn: Writer
The Bog
Bigod 20: Performer
Been Caught Stealing
Jane's Addiction: Performer
I Think We're Alone Now
Ritchie Cordell: Writer
Robert De Niro: Performer
The Creature from the Black Leather Lagoon
The Cramps: Performer
Per te d'immenso giubilo
Professor Longhair: Performer
Fife and Drum / Yankee Doodle Dandy
Bigod 20: Performer
I Think We're Alone Now
Ritchie Cordell: Performer

User reviews

Joseph Miller

Furthermore, the choice of musical themes and motifs in the soundtrack often felt repetitive and uninspired, failing to create a distinct atmosphere or evoke a sense of unease befitting the dark and twisted narrative of the film. The lack of originality and creativity in the composition of the music detracted from the overall viewing experience, diminishing the film's ability to convey its themes effectively.

Ronald Harris

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from quiet, subtle moments to intense, heart-pounding crescendos, effectively mirrors the ebb and flow of the narrative, creating a truly immersive audio experience.

Timothy Hall

The emotional depth conveyed through the musical score adds layers of complexity to the characters and their motivations, making the story more engaging and impactful.

Anthony Wilson

The use of dissonant strings and eerie melodies creates a sense of unease and foreboding that keeps the audience on edge.

Charles Lewis

The soundtrack of Cape Fear sets a tense and ominous tone throughout the film, perfectly capturing the escalating danger and suspense.

Emily Miller

The music mirrors the characters' inner turmoil and inner demons, adding layers of complexity to the narrative.

Joshua Wright

The soundtrack of Les Nerfs à vif failed to capture the emotional intensity and psychological depth of the characters' inner turmoil and struggles. Instead of enhancing the tension and suspense of the plot, the music felt disconnected and generic, lacking the necessary impact to fully immerse the audience in the story.

Robert Martin

The use of sparse instrumentation and haunting motifs adds to the overall atmosphere of dread and paranoia in the film.

Richard Nelson

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack perfectly capture the tension and suspense of Les Nerfs à vif, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Melissa Thompson

The music intensifies the psychological thriller elements of the story, adding depth to the characters and their motivations.

Dorothy Anderson

Overall, the soundtrack of Cape Fear is a vital component of the film's success, enhancing its psychological depth and keeping the audience engaged from start to finish.

Dorothy Thomas

The soundtrack's blend of classical and contemporary elements gives the film a timeless quality and enhances its emotional impact.

Ronald Hill

The soundtrack effectively enhances the scenes of suspense and tension, heightening the impact of Max Cady's menacing presence.

Patricia Brown

The use of atmospheric soundscapes in the music helps to build a sense of foreboding and unease, mirroring the psychological battle between the characters.