The 7th Floor Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:


Title in Italiano:

I segreti del settimo piano

Title in Português:

7th Floor - Jede Sekunde zählt

Title in Français:

7th Floor

Title in Türk:

7. Kat


Secrets about Mammy Sebastián is a successful lawyer in Buenos Aires and is in the middle of an important case. He has divorced from Delia and they have two children, Luca and Luna. Delia wants to move to Spain to live with her father and wants full custody of the children, but Sebastián is reluctant.

Sebastián goes to Delia's apartment on the seventh floor of an old building to take Luca and Luna to school and Delia leaves the place. The siblings ask to go down playing on the stairs while Sebastián takes the elevator. When he arrives on the lobby, he realizes that the children have vanished.

Sebastián needs to be in court for an important case but he seeks them out with the janitor and his neighbor Rosales, who is a police detective. He calls Delia that returns to the building and suspects of everyone until a woman calls him asking for a one hundred thousand-dollar ransom in two hours.

How can the desperate Sebastián raise this amount in a short time and who might have kidnapped his children?

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The 7th Floor
Prelude: The Atlas March
Cloud Atlas Opening Title
Travel To Edinburgh
Temple Of Sacrifice
All Boundaries Are Conventions
Cloud Atlas Finale
The Cloud Atlas Sextet for Orchestra
Cloud Atlas End Title
Pacific Rim (feat. Tom Morello)
Long, Long Time Ago
Nuvole Bianche
This Land - From "The Lion King"/Score
Honor Him
Aggressive Expansion (From "The Dark Knight")
Married Life
Por una Cabeza (From "Parfum de femme")
Yumeji's Theme - Theme from 'in the Mood for Love'
Nemo Egg (Main Title)
Define Dancing
Griet's Theme - Reprise
Theme From Jurassic Park
Any Other Name
Ratatouille Main Theme
Finding Dory (Main Title)
Stuff We Did
Flynn Lives
Dead Already
The Sound of Silence - Acoustic Version
Way down We Go
Drive Away (End Title)
Souped Up
Colette Shows Him Le Ropes
Twentieth Century Boy
A New Life
He's a Pirate - Hans Zimmer vs Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike / Bonus Track
Now We Are Free
Dream Is Collapsing
Non, je ne regrette rien
I Never Woke Up In Handcuffs Before
You Can't Take Me
You're Welcome
We Know The Way - Finale
We Know The Way
Saber volver
De nada
El Gran Arcoíris
Hombre o Muppet
A Bug's Life Suite - From "A Bug's Life"/Score
Monsters, Inc.
The Scare Floor
The Flik Machine - From "A Bug's Life"/Score
The Cleaner

User reviews

Melissa Harris

The soundtrack of The 7th Floor perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the plot, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the film.

Lisa Gonzalez

The soundtrack's seamless integration of different musical styles, from orchestral arrangements to electronic beats, adds depth and complexity to the storytelling, enhancing the overall cinematic experience.

Karen Davis

The music in The 7th Floor skillfully builds and releases tension, mirroring the twists and turns of the plot as Sebastián races against time to rescue Luca and Luna.

John White

The haunting melodies and eerie tones in the soundtrack create a chilling atmosphere, intensifying the mystery and making the audience feel fully immersed in the unfolding events.

William Perez

The soundtrack of The 7th Floor perfectly captures the tension and urgency of the story, with each track enhancing the suspenseful atmosphere of Sebastián's desperate search for his missing children.

Melissa Allen

The use of haunting melodies and somber tones in the soundtrack effectively conveys the emotional turmoil that Sebastián experiences as he grapples with the unimaginable situation of his children being kidnapped.

Lisa Parker

Overall, the music in The 7th Floor serves as a powerful storytelling tool, immersing the audience in the heart-pounding drama and heightening the emotional impact of Sebastián's race against the clock to save his children.

Nancy White

The music enhances the emotional depth of the scenes, especially during Sebastián's frantic search for his missing children, adding a sense of urgency and desperation to the story.

Joshua Carter

The choice of instrumentation in the soundtrack felt mismatched with the setting and tone of the movie. Instead of enhancing the suspense and drama, the music often felt out of place and distracting, pulling me out of the narrative rather than drawing me in.

Ashley King

The soundtrack of The 7th Floor failed to capture the tension and urgency of the plot. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking depth and emotional connection to the characters' struggles.

Kenneth Thomas

The repetitive use of the same musical motifs throughout the film became monotonous and predictable. It did not add any layers of complexity or intrigue to the storyline, making the viewing experience feel flat and unengaging.