Nuremberg Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.30/10 from 7000 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Los juicios de Nuremberg

Title in Italiano:

Il processo di Norimberga


In 1945, after the end of the World War II with the defeat of a ruined Germany, the Allies decide to give a fair trial to twenty-one Nazi leaders POW as an example of intolerance of the governments against hideous atrocities in war.

The defendants are accused crimes of war and against humanity, and the American Chief Prosecutor Robert Jackson is assigned to organize an international tribunal at Nuremberg with representatives from France, Russia and England.

The prisoners under the leadership of Hitler's second-in-command Marshall Hermann Goering dispute the control in a juridical battle in the courtroom.

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June Hershey: Writer
Das Ist Berlin
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Liane: Performer
I Never Slept a Wink Last Night

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Donna Nelson

While the soundtrack of Nuremberg effectively sets the tone for the film, at times it can feel a bit repetitive and melodramatic. The use of traditional orchestral arrangements, while fitting for the subject matter, may come across as cliché to some viewers. Additionally, the lack of variation in musical themes throughout the movie can make certain scenes feel monotonous. Overall, while the soundtrack enhances the emotional impact of the film, it could benefit from more diversity and nuance in its composition.

Steven King

The use of orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack enhances the gravity of the trials, creating a sense of importance and solemnity fitting for such a significant moment in history.

Edward Robinson

The soundtrack strikes a balance between somber melodies and moments of profound reflection, mirroring the trial's themes.

Linda Smith

The use of traditional German music in certain scenes adds an authentic and immersive touch to the overall experience.

Mary Campbell

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack evoke a sense of drama and suspense, enhancing the storytelling.

Michelle Williams

The recurring motifs in the music create a cohesive and thematic thread throughout the film.

Andrew Robinson

The music in Nuremberg skillfully reflects the emotional complexity of the trials, from moments of intense confrontation in the courtroom to poignant reflections on the atrocities of the war, adding depth and dimension to the storytelling.

Betty Moore

The soundtrack effectively conveys the weight of responsibility that the prosecutors and defendants carry during the trial.

Daniel Thompson

The emotional depth of the music complements the complex moral dilemmas explored in the narrative.

Andrew Martin

The soundtrack of Nuremberg effectively captures the somber and intense atmosphere of the post-World War II era. The use of orchestral music and choir enhances the emotional weight of the events depicted in the film, making the viewer feel the gravity of the crimes being discussed during the trial. The score succeeds in creating a sense of tension and drama, which adds depth to the storytelling and immerses the audience in the historical context of the Nuremberg trials.

Kenneth Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of Nuremberg enhances the viewing experience by immersing the audience in the historical context and emotional journey of the characters.

Mary Wright

The soundtrack of Nuremberg perfectly captures the tension and gravity of the historical events portrayed in the film.

Matthew Roberts

The soundtrack of Nuremberg perfectly captures the tension and drama of the historic international tribunal, immersing the listener in the atmosphere of post-World War II justice.

Mark White

The compositions in the soundtrack showcase a wide range of emotions, from defiance to remorse, reflecting the internal struggles of the characters.