Que ces dames attendent Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.80/10 from 2700 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

As perimenoun oi gynaikes!

Title in Italiano:

Let the Women Wait

Title in Português:

Let the Women Wait


End of July, and it's holiday time. Panos and Michalis are brothers-in-law from Thessaloniki and run a small business together. Brimming over with high spirits, they leave for Thasos to meet their families. In the vicinity of Lake Volvi, their brief encounter with a young bar woman delays them. Panos, who is madly in love with her, attempts to commit suicide, and Michalis is forced to strike camp by the lake. Antonis, the third brother-in-law, who is concerned about their delay, comes around to find out what has happened, only to fall himself for one of the nurses treating Panos. He forgets about everything else and goes with her to the casino, where he wins on the roulette tables. Their relationship, naturally, does not reach fruition. Antonis reunites with Panos and Michalis, and they all start afresh for Thasos, but on the spur of the moment they decide to stop over at a hotel. Since their women can wait for them, they might just never go back.

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Que ces dames attendent
Haris Kostopoulos: Composer
Mi mou les
Giannis Karalis: Writer
Litsa Giagousi: Performer
Eimai anevasmenos
Antypas: Performer
Kai den boro
Notis Sfakianakis: Performer
Ela na me vreis
Zafeiris Melas: Performer
Ta 'ho me ton eafto mou
Vasilis Karras: Performer
Ta fortosa
Agapi pou 'gines fotia
Pagose i tsiminiera
Tha m' agapiseis
Tha ntytho gabros
Eheis dikaioma
Ta 'ho me ton eafto mou
Vasilis Karras: Performer
Agapi pou 'gines fotia
Nikos Zervas: Performer
Tha m' agapiseis
Giorgos Dalaras: Performer

User reviews

Deborah Jackson

The music seamlessly transitions between lighthearted moments of joy and more dramatic scenes, highlighting the ups and downs of the characters' relationships and experiences.

Ronald Adams

The use of traditional Greek music in certain scenes adds an authentic touch to the film, reflecting the characters' cultural background and adding richness to the storytelling. The fusion of modern and traditional sounds creates a dynamic and engaging listening experience.

Linda Phillips

The music used during Panos' emotional moment by Lake Volvi is particularly moving and poignant. The haunting melodies and melancholic undertones effectively convey the depth of his feelings and the turmoil he is going through.

Andrew Parker

Overall, the soundtrack of Que ces dames attendent is a standout element of the film, enhancing the narrative and emotional depth of the story. The music not only serves as a backdrop but also as a powerful tool that elevates the viewing experience and leaves a lasting impression on the audience.

Michelle King

The musical score adds a layer of sophistication to the film, elevating the overall quality of the storytelling and creating a memorable viewing experience.

Kimberly Robinson

The soundtrack of Que ces dames attendent perfectly captures the carefree and adventurous spirit of the characters' holiday trip. The upbeat and lively music sets the tone for their journey, making it a joy to follow their escapades.

Deborah Rodriguez

The emotional depth of the soundtrack shines through during the pivotal moments of the film, such as Panos' attempted suicide and Antonis' unexpected win at the casino. The music enhances the tension and drama of these scenes, drawing the audience deeper into the characters' experiences.

Paul Jackson

The soundtrack enhances the overall atmosphere of the film with its diverse range of musical styles, from romantic ballads to energetic dance tunes. Each song complements the scenes and helps to immerse the audience in the characters' journey.

Daniel Scott

The composition of the soundtrack is skillfully crafted to evoke a sense of nostalgia and longing, enhancing the overall emotional impact of the story.

Kimberly Smith

The soundtrack of Que ces dames attendent perfectly captures the carefree and adventurous spirit of the characters on their holiday journey.

Timothy Jackson

The choice of music in key moments of the film enhances the cinematic experience, drawing viewers deeper into the world of the characters and their interconnected lives.

Andrew Mitchell

The music enhances the emotional depth of the scenes, especially during Panos' intense moment of attempting suicide, adding a poignant layer to the storytelling.

Kimberly Martinez

Overall, the soundtrack of Que ces dames attendent enhances the film's narrative coherence and emotional resonance, making it a standout feature of the movie.

Timothy Roberts

The use of music in the film effectively sets the tone for each character's personal struggles and desires, creating a rich and immersive experience for the audience.

Patricia Campbell

Overall, the music in Que ces dames attendent is a delightful blend of Greek influences and modern sounds, creating a unique and memorable listening experience. It adds an extra layer of richness to the storytelling, making it a standout feature of the film.

Linda Rodriguez

The soundtrack of Que ces dames attendent effectively underscores the themes of love, friendship, and self-discovery, resonating with audiences on a profound level.

Karen Roberts

The soundtrack features a diverse range of musical styles that reflect the different personalities of the brothers-in-law, adding complexity to their characters.

Joshua Green

The soundtrack of Que ces dames attendent perfectly captures the carefree and adventurous spirit of the characters as they embark on their holiday trip to Thasos. The upbeat melodies and lively rhythms evoke a sense of excitement and joy that sets the tone for the story.