Superwelt Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.50/10 from 136 votes
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Gabi is a cashier at a local supermarket in a small town in Austria. A middle aged plump woman, she is married to a community worker and has two grown kids. Her life consists mainly of routine and her husband does not show much interest for her anymore.

One day she begins to feel stalked by voices only she can hear. The voices become more and more regular and she begins to listen to them while she struggles to keep up with her daily chores. She neglects her housekeeping duties and prefers long walks instead.

Her family becomes aware of her strange behavior and when they question her she leaves home. Gabi's flight turns into an odyssey through the surrounding nature while she is completely possessed to the voices. After a while she begins to get angry about them since they seem to ask questions and demand actions but don't give advise.

Since she does not come home anymore her worried husband starts to search for her. Meanwhile she realizes that while she hoped for answers all she got from the voices is awareness of her miserable lot. Now she knows and cannot ignore it anymore that she has no happiness in her life.

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Michael Campbell

The incorporation of voices as part of the soundtrack was a bold choice, adding an extra layer of complexity to the film's auditory landscape. However, I found that the constant repetition of the voices became grating after a while, detracting from the overall impact of the music.

Linda Harris

The soundtrack of Superwelt felt disjointed and erratic, failing to capture the emotional depth of Gabi's internal turmoil. The music seemed out of place and distracting, making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the story.

Emily Harris

The soundtrack of Superwelt perfectly captures the eerie and haunting atmosphere of Gabi's descent into madness, creating a sense of unease that keeps the audience on edge.

Kenneth Jones

The music in Superwelt effectively conveys Gabi's growing sense of isolation and detachment from reality. The minimalist piano melodies and distant echoes mirror Gabi's feelings of being disconnected from her family and the world around her. It evokes a sense of loneliness and alienation that is central to the character's journey.

William White

Overall, while the soundtrack of Superwelt effectively enhances the film's themes and atmosphere, I believe it could have benefited from more dynamic and varied compositions to truly immerse the audience in Gabi's psychological journey.

Daniel Wilson

The soundtrack of Superwelt perfectly captures the haunting and eerie atmosphere of Gabi's descent into madness. The use of dissonant strings and eerie electronic sounds creates a sense of unease that mirrors Gabi's inner turmoil. It adds a layer of tension and suspense to the film that enhances the viewer's experience.

Joshua Moore

The soundtrack of Superwelt successfully captures the eerie and unsettling atmosphere of Gabi's descent into madness. The use of dissonant melodies and discordant sounds creates a sense of unease that mirrors Gabi's inner turmoil.

Patricia Lewis

The repetitive nature of the soundtrack became grating after a while, adding to the overall sense of unease and frustration that Gabi was experiencing. Instead of enhancing the narrative, the music felt repetitive and monotonous, failing to evolve along with the character's journey.

Donald Martinez

The lack of a cohesive theme or motif in the soundtrack made it challenging to connect with Gabi's emotional journey. The music felt disconnected from the story, lacking the nuance and subtlety needed to convey the complexity of Gabi's inner struggles. It left me feeling detached and disengaged from the film's central character.

Anthony Thompson

I found the music in Superwelt to be repetitive and monotonous at times, lacking in variety and emotional depth. While it may have been intentional to reflect Gabi's routine and mundane life, I felt that it hindered the overall listening experience.

Deborah Lopez

The haunting vocals and ethereal textures in the soundtrack of Superwelt evoke a sense of otherworldly beauty amidst Gabi's unraveling mental state. The use of atmospheric soundscapes and haunting melodies creates a dreamlike quality that enhances the surreal nature of Gabi's experiences. It adds a layer of depth and emotional resonance to the film that lingers long after the credits roll.

Kenneth Lopez

The emotional depth and complexity of the soundtrack adds layers of meaning to Gabi's journey, helping the audience empathize with her inner turmoil and existential crisis.

Margaret Martin

The use of subtle melodies and dissonant tones in the music enhances the sense of isolation and confusion that Gabi experiences as she struggles to make sense of the voices in her head.