Only God Forgives Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.70/10 from 118000 votes
Tags: vengeful, thai police, just war
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Sólo Dios perdona

Title in Italiano:

Solo Dio perdona

Title in Português:

Só Deus Perdoa

Title in Français:

Only God Forgives

Title in Türk:

Sadece Tanrı Affeder

Synopsis

Bangkok. Ten years ago Julian (Ryan Gosling) killed a man and went on the run. Now he manages a Thai boxing club as a front for a drugs operation. Respected in the criminal underworld, deep inside, he feels empty.

When Julian's brother murders an underage prostitute, the Police call on retired cop Chang (Vithaya Pansringarm) - the Angel of Vengeance. Chang allows the father to kill his daughter's murderer, then "restores order" by chopping off the man's right hand.

Julian's mother Crystal (Dame Kristin Scott Thomas) - the head of a powerful criminal organization - arrives in Bangkok to collect her son's body. She dispatches Julian to find his killers and "raise Hell".

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Only God Forgives
Jai-Orn
Kanokwan Kung-noi: ("falling in love") lyric/melody
Only God Forgives
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Kid Teung Ban
Vithaya Pansringarm: Performer
Ask Him Why He Killed My Brother
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Chang And Sword
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Lume Mai Long
Vithaya Pansringarm: Performer
Samneang Thongmoung: ("can't forget") lyric/melody
Chang Vision
The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra: Performer
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Kristian Eidnes Andersen: Conductor richard hein orchestrated by, mixed
Do As Thou Will
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Can't Forget
Crystal Checking In
Cliff Martinez: Performer
More Hands
The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra: Performer
Cliff Martinez: Performer
Kristian Eidnes Andersen: Orchestra conductor: richard hein orchestrated by, mixed
Sister, Pt. 1
Anthony Gonzalez: Composer
Cliff Martinez: Performer
Take It Off
Cliff Martinez: Performer
Leave My Son in Peace
Cliff Martinez: Performer
Bride of Chang
Cliff Martinez: Writer
Cliff Martinez: Performer
Mac Quayle: (mac quayle club mix) composed
Wanna Fight
Cliff Martinez: Writer
Ter Kue Kwam Fan
Surachai Kijkasemsin: ("you are my dream") lyric
Jettamon Malayota: Composer
Proud: Performer
Falling In Love
Crystal And The Bodybuilders
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Ladies Close Your Eyes
Cliff Martinez: Performer
"Julian and the Body'
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Time to Meet the Devil
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Put It Back On
Cliff Martinez: Composer
Can't Forget
Samneang Thongmoung: Performer

User reviews

Amanda Martin
8/10

The soundtrack's ability to seamlessly transition between moments of quiet reflection and intense action sequences showcases its versatility and ability to enhance different moods within the film. It keeps the audience engaged and invested in the story.

Paul Hall
2/10

The soundtrack of Only God Forgives felt disconnected and jarring to me. The music choices did not seem to complement the intense and gritty storyline set in Bangkok, and at times it took me out of the immersive experience.

Steven Williams
8/10

Overall, the Only God Forgives soundtrack is a masterful blend of ambient textures, pulsating rhythms, and emotional depth that elevates the cinematic experience. It is a crucial element that contributes to the film's overall impact and leaves a lasting impression on the viewer.

Karen Thompson
6/10

The soundtrack's blend of electronic and traditional elements creates a striking juxtaposition that mirrors the clash of cultures and moral ambiguity portrayed in the film.

Stephanie Martin
8/10

The soundtrack effectively mirrors the internal struggles of the main characters, especially Julian, through its mix of melancholic melodies and intense rhythms. It helps to convey the emotional depth of the characters' journeys.

Donald Davis
5/10

The music choices in Only God Forgives are bold and unconventional, adding a unique and memorable layer to the overall cinematic experience.

Ashley Thomas
7/10

The choice of music in key scenes, such as the Thai boxing club sequences, adds a dynamic energy to the film and elevates the action on screen. The pulsating beats and driving rhythms enhance the adrenaline-filled moments.

Karen Miller
9/10

The soundtrack of Only God Forgives truly immerses you in the dark and intense atmosphere of Bangkok, setting the tone for the film's gripping narrative.

Mark Smith
6/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Only God Forgives is a vital component of the film's atmosphere and narrative, enhancing the emotional depth and complexity of the characters and their actions.

Matthew Johnson
6/10

The soundtrack of Only God Forgives perfectly captures the dark and brooding atmosphere of the film set in the gritty underworld of Bangkok.

John Adams
1/10

The lack of diversity in the musical styles used in the soundtrack made it feel one-dimensional and predictable. I was hoping for a more dynamic and eclectic mix of music to match the complex characters and themes of the film, but unfortunately, it fell short of my expectations.

Linda Johnson
9/10

Each track feels like a character in itself, enhancing the tension and drama of the story, making the viewing experience even more engaging and memorable.

Linda Mitchell
4/10

I found the use of repetitive and monotonous electronic beats in the soundtrack to be quite uninspiring. Instead of enhancing the tension and drama of the scenes, the music felt repetitive and failed to evoke any emotional response from me as a viewer.

Emily Robinson
6/10

The music enhances the tension and suspense in key moments, adding a sense of unease and impending violence to the story.

David Mitchell
7/10

The atmospheric and haunting soundscapes in the Only God Forgives soundtrack perfectly capture the dark and brooding tone of the film. Each track enhances the sense of unease and tension throughout the story.

Richard Miller
6/10

The soundtrack effectively conveys the inner turmoil and emptiness felt by the main character, Julian, through its haunting melodies and dissonant tones.

Laura Perez
5/10

The contrast between the serene sounds of the music and the brutal actions on screen creates a powerful dynamic that intensifies the impact of the storytelling.

Amanda Perez
8/10

The use of traditional Thai music elements blended with modern electronic beats creates a unique and immersive listening experience. It adds a layer of cultural authenticity to the soundtrack that enhances the overall viewing experience.

Edward Mitchell
10/10

The music perfectly captures the inner turmoil of the characters, especially Julian, with its haunting melodies and pulsating beats adding depth to the emotional journey depicted on screen.

Mark Phillips
5/10

The use of traditional Thai instruments in the soundtrack brings an authentic and haunting quality to the film's setting, immersing the audience in the world of the characters.