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Rating: 7.70/10 from 57 votes
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Eleusis, Athens, Greece. Set against the backdrop of the peaceful seaside hostel Persephone, various elements of western and Japanese culture become inextricably intertwined with aspects of ancient Greek tragedy, Kabuki theatre, and even Haiku poetry. As the sudden arrival of a mysterious stranger disrupts the delicate balance between humans and their natural surroundings--blurring the line between the present and the past, the modern and the ancient--a group of female Japanese holidaymakers unwittingly becomes part of the undying, shocking Greek myth of the Abduction of Persephone by Hades. Little by little, a contemporary version of the ancient tale unfolds as the female chorus transcends loss and death, searching for love and a new purpose in life.

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Arsonist's Lullabye
Black Sea
Boy from the North
Can't Pretend
Come Away To The Water
The Devil & The Huntsman
The Devil Within
God Knows I Tried
Hurts Like Hell
I Found
I'll See You in a While
Me and the Devil
Mr. Sandman
Not Afraid Anymore
One Mississippi
Take Me to Church
The War
We Have It All
What He Wrote
Murder Song (5, 4, 3, 2, 1)
Paint It, Black
The Yawning Grave
Where's My Love (feat. Lily Kershaw) - French Version
Wicked Game
Kill Our Way to Heaven
Ain't No Devil
Fickle Game
Holding Out for a Hero - From the Trailer for "Vikings" - Series 2
Chained To The Rhythm
Heart Of The Darkness
Colder Heavens
Kings and Queens and Vagabonds
No One’s Here To Sleep
When I Go
In for the Kill
Take It All Away
You're The One That I Want
One Way Or Another
Walk the Line
Every Breath You Take
Vuoi Vuoi Me
In My Veins - Feat. Erin Mccarley
War of Hearts
Man or a Monster (feat. Zayde Wølf)
Bad Dream

User reviews

John Rodriguez

Each track evokes a sense of intrigue and emotion, drawing the listener deeper into the modern reimagining of the timeless Greek myth of the Abduction of Persephone by Hades.

Steven Johnson

The fusion of different musical styles and cultural influences in the soundtrack creates a truly immersive experience that enhances the storytelling and brings the characters to life in a unique and memorable way.

Robert Lewis

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack evoke a sense of mystery and intrigue, mirroring the enigmatic arrival of the mysterious stranger in the story.

Kenneth Turner

Overall, the music of Persephone elevates the storytelling and enhances the emotional impact of the narrative, making it a truly immersive and unforgettable musical experience.

Joshua Hall

The seamless blending of modern and ancient musical styles in the soundtrack mirrors the interplay between the present and the past in the narrative, creating a dynamic and engaging listening experience.

Stephanie Smith

The soundtrack of Persephone perfectly captures the blend of western and Japanese cultural elements, creating a unique and captivating musical experience.

Mary Moore

The music perfectly captures the essence of the peaceful seaside hostel in Eleusis, Athens, Greece, setting the mood for the mysterious and dramatic storyline that unfolds.

George Roberts

The incorporation of Kabuki theatre influences in the music enhances the dramatic and theatrical nature of the story, immersing the listener in the world of the characters.

Nancy Phillips

The female chorus in the soundtrack adds a powerful and poignant dimension to the storytelling, conveying the themes of loss, death, and the search for love with grace and beauty.

John Thompson

The soundtrack of Persephone is a captivating masterpiece that beautifully intertwines elements of western and Japanese culture with ancient Greek tragedy, Kabuki theatre, and Haiku poetry.

Michelle Harris

The soundtrack of Persephone skillfully weaves together different musical genres and cultural influences, reflecting the diverse backgrounds and experiences of the characters in the story.

Elizabeth Martin

The use of traditional Greek instruments in the soundtrack adds an authentic touch to the retelling of the ancient myth of Persephone and Hades.

George Martinez

The soundtrack of Persephone seamlessly weaves together elements of western and Japanese culture, reflecting the unique blend of influences present in the storyline. The fusion of ancient Greek tragedy, Kabuki theatre, and Haiku poetry creates a rich and multi-layered auditory experience that enhances the narrative.

Betty Robinson

The music in Persephone effectively captures the themes of disruption and transformation as the mysterious stranger shakes the tranquil setting of the seaside hostel. The score skillfully conveys the blurring of past and present, modern and ancient, through its evocative use of instruments and melodies, drawing listeners deeper into the unfolding drama.

George Martin

Through its haunting melodies and emotive compositions, the soundtrack of Persephone mirrors the emotional journey of the female chorus as they grapple with loss, death, and the search for love and purpose. The music serves as a powerful catalyst for the exploration of these universal themes, immersing the audience in the timeless tale of the Abduction of Persephone by Hades.

Mary Wright

The fusion of Haiku poetry elements into the music creates a poetic and lyrical atmosphere, enhancing the emotional depth of the narrative.