Some Time Later Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Tiempo después

Title in Italiano:

Some Time Later

Title in Português:

Some Time Later

Title in Français:

Some Time Later

Title in Türk:

Some Time Later

Title in Deutsch:

Tiempo después


Some Time Later

Distant future. The year is 9177, century up, century down, and the entire world has been reduced to a single skyscraper in the middle of a desert in the middle of nowhere. In this Representative Building live the elite of the society and the living forces of it, composed by the absent-minded king, the mayor, his chief of staff, and beauty girl Méndez, the two remaining civil guards Don Antonio and Morris, the two remaining police, Arriondas and Pozueco, the only remaining Admiral Pacheco, hairdressers Justo and Agustín, bartender Pastrana, an old shepherd, priest Father Mirraño, friar Fray Vicente, nun Sor Sacramento, and janitor Eufemiano.

In a dense forest outside the Building live the rest of the world in a camp full of poverty and empty of resources. In this depressive place lives José María, a rude man who dreams of selling the tasty lemonade he makes. But when he moves to the Building, he is stopped by Eufemiano, who meets the mayor looking to warn him about the anti-natural that an unemployed has a job. In the Building things are complicated: Justo, tired of not having clients in his barber shop due to the fame of Agustín and his poems, kills Agustín dominated by the jealousy, but the king absolves Justo of the crime and he blames José María by simple caprice. Denying the guilt, José María resists arrest and returns to the Building to sell lemonade, where he meets Méndez, who examines the lemons to test the quality. When the king decrees that Méndez has been chosen to be the mother of a future prince to continue the dynasty, Méndez joins José María and his best friend Galbarriato, who falls in love with her, in a riot about the rights of the unemployed in the camp. While Justo is visited by Agustín's ghost, Fray Vicente and Sor Sacramento join the revolution and Don Antonio and Morris try to balance the situation in an attempt at peace, José María, Galbarriato, and Méndez start the revolution of the camp against the Building, but the king has an idea to suffocate the riot in the most unexpected way.

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Some Time Later
Tiempo después
Lucio Godoy: Produced
Joaquín Sabina: Performer
Joaquín Sabina: Lyrics
Antonio García de Diego: Performer
Vanessa Garde: Arrangement
Me lo vienes haciendo
Soleá Morente: Performer
Casta Diva
Vincenzo Bellini: Writer
Elisa Belmonte: Performer

User reviews

Sarah Perez

I found the soundtrack of Some Time Later to be quite disappointing for a few reasons.

Richard Gonzalez

Firstly, I felt that the music did not effectively capture the futuristic and dystopian setting of the film. The lack of electronic or experimental sounds failed to transport me to the year 9177 and instead, the score felt generic and uninspired.

Matthew King

Secondly, I was disappointed by the lack of thematic variation in the soundtrack. The music seemed to blend together without any standout tracks or motifs that enhanced the storytelling. This made it difficult for me to emotionally connect with the characters and the unfolding events in the movie.

Elizabeth Taylor

I found the soundtrack of Some Time Later to be a bit overwhelming at times. While it effectively sets the tone for the futuristic and surreal setting of the film, I felt that some tracks were too intense and distracting. The lack of variation in the musical themes made certain scenes feel repetitive and monotonous. However, I appreciated the way the music intensified the emotional moments and added depth to the characters' struggles and conflicts.

Kenneth Roberts

The musical themes in Some Time Later are incredibly memorable and add depth to the characters and their arcs. Each character has their own motif that evolves throughout the film, reflecting their journey and inner struggles. The blend of traditional instrumentation with modern electronic sounds creates a unique sonic landscape that draws the audience into the world of the story and enhances the overall viewing experience.

Donald Martinez

The soundtrack of Some Time Later perfectly captures the futuristic and dystopian atmosphere of the film. The use of electronic and orchestral elements creates a sense of tension and mystery that enhances the storytelling. The music seamlessly transitions between scenes, complementing the action and emotion on screen with its dynamic and immersive soundscapes.

Stephanie Mitchell

The soundtrack of Some Time Later perfectly captures the futuristic and dystopian atmosphere of the story with its haunting and suspenseful melodies.

George Brown

The music enhances the emotional depth of the characters and their struggles, adding a layer of complexity to the narrative that immerses the listener in the world of the film.

Anthony White

The soundtrack of Some Time Later perfectly captures the dystopian and chaotic atmosphere of the story. The use of eerie synthesizers and suspenseful strings enhances the sense of tension and uncertainty throughout the narrative. The music effectively mirrors the struggle between the elite in the Representative Building and the impoverished residents in the forest camp, creating a sense of unease and impending conflict.

Ashley Hernandez

The use of different musical styles and instruments in the soundtrack adds richness and diversity to the overall listening experience, making it a memorable and engaging aspect of the film.