No Way Out Soundtrack (

No Way Out Soundtrack (1987) cover

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

No hay salida

Title in Italiano:

Senza via di scampo

Title in Português:

Alta Traição


In Washington, the Defense Secretary David Brice has a political dispute with Senator William 'Billy' Duvall about the project of a submarine. He asks his advisor Scott Pritchard to invite the Navy Lieutenant Commander Tom Farrell, who has become a national hero after rescuing a sailor during a storm, to join his team.

Farrell meets Susan Atwell in a party and they have a torrid love affair. Farrell Learns that Susan is Brice's mistress but he falls in love with her. They spend a weekend together and when they return to Susan's apartment, Brice rings the bell. The upset Farrell leaves the apartment and sees Brice waiting for Susan. Brice has an argument with Susan and pushes her from the balcony. She falls on a glass table and dies.

Brice panics and reports the accident to Pritchard. However, the Machiavellian chief of staff accuses the imaginary Soviet mole Yuri of murdering Susan. Farrell is assigned to lead the investigations to find the identity of Yuri, and gets in serious situation with the presence of witnesses of his weekend with Susan and the regeneration of a Polaroid photo that was found in Susan's apartment.

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No Way Out
Paul Anka: Performer
Robbie Buchanan: Arrangement
Julia Migenes: Performer
Denny Diante: Produced
Paul Anka: Performer
Hail to the Chief
James Sanderson: Performer
Wild Thing
Paul Anka: Performer
Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?
Paul Anka: Performer
Twistin' U.S.A.
Paul Anka: Performer
Little Brown Jug
Paul Anka: Performer

User reviews

William Robinson

The music seamlessly transitions between moments of romance, betrayal, and suspense, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

James Jones

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from quiet, reflective moments to intense, action-packed sequences, showcases the versatility and skill of the composer in capturing the essence of the film.

William Thompson

The use of subtle, ominous tones in certain scenes adds a sense of mystery and intrigue to the plot.

Stephanie Thompson

The suspenseful and mysterious tones in the soundtrack effectively convey the intrigue surrounding the death of Susan Atwell and the ensuing investigation.

William Thompson

The music enhances the emotional depth of the storyline, particularly during the romantic moments between Farrell and Susan.

Edward Green

The intense and suspenseful score in No Way Out perfectly captures the escalating tension and drama of the storyline, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the entire film.

Joseph Walker

The soundtrack of No Way Out felt uninspired and generic, failing to capture the tension and suspense of the political thriller. It lacked memorable melodies or themes that could enhance the emotional impact of key scenes.

Linda White

The composition of the music is well-crafted and complements the unfolding of the plot seamlessly.

Timothy Wilson

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a range of emotions, from love and passion to fear and suspicion, is impressive.

Carol Adams

The haunting melodies in certain tracks evoke a sense of tragedy and loss, reflecting the dark events that unfold in No Way Out.

Linda Gonzalez

The score effectively builds and releases tension, mirroring the escalating stakes and conflicts within the plot.

Amanda Johnson

The emotional depth and intensity of the music perfectly captures the complex love affair between Tom Farrell and Susan Atwell in No Way Out.

Anthony Carter

The seamless integration of the music with the on-screen action in No Way Out enhances the overall viewing experience, immersing me further into the gripping narrative and making me emotionally invested in the characters' fates.

Emily Rodriguez

The use of subtle motifs and themes in the score enhances the storytelling, adding layers of complexity to the characters and their motivations.

Nancy Robinson

The soundtrack successfully builds tension during key moments, keeping the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats.

Nancy Hall

Overall, the music in No Way Out enhances the viewing experience and contributes to the overall impact of the film.

Emily Young

The soundtrack of No Way Out effectively captures the intense and suspenseful atmosphere of the political thriller.

Jennifer Perez

The orchestral arrangements create a sense of tension and drama that keeps the audience engaged throughout the film.

Joseph Hill

The haunting and emotional melodies in the soundtrack beautifully underscore the tragic love story between Tom Farrell and Susan Atwell, adding depth and complexity to their relationship.

John Adams

The music in No Way Out seemed disconnected from the story, with jarring transitions that detracted from the overall viewing experience. It failed to effectively underscore the drama and intrigue unfolding on screen, leaving the audience feeling disconnected from the narrative.