The Boys of St. Vincent Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.60/10 from 2000 votes
Tags: boy nudity
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Los niños de San Vicente

Title in Italiano:

The Boys of St. Vincent

Title in Português:

The Boys of St. Vincent

Title in Français:

The Boys of St. Vincent

Title in Türk:

The Boys of St. Vincent


In the 1970's, an ugly scandal was enveloping an orphanage in Canada; priests in charge of the orphanage were sexually and physically abusing their young charges. When several of the boys go to the police, their complaints are buried - as the chief of police, government officials, and senior clergy of the Catholic church quietly conspire to shut down the investigation and transfer the offending priests to other parishes. Unfortunately the pattern begins anew, as the abusive priests re-start their vile acts.

Many years later, victims start coming forward as adults, and an inquiry is commissioned into the cover-up of the abuse. One offending ex-priest, Bro. Peter Lavin (Czerny) - now married with 2 young sons - soon finds himself on trial for his crimes of so many years ago...and a major scandal will finally become public knowledge.

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Anthony Taylor

Overall, The Boys of St. Vincent's soundtrack is a masterful piece of work that elevates the film to a whole new level. It is a testament to the skill and sensitivity of the composers, who have crafted a score that is both emotionally resonant and artistically impressive.

David Wright

The soundtrack of The Boys of St. Vincent skillfully enhances the emotional impact of the film, drawing the audience deeper into the story of the victims and their struggle for justice.

Michelle King

The choice of musical themes and motifs seemed overly generic and uninspired, lacking the nuanced approach required to sensitively handle such a sensitive and tragic narrative. The soundtrack missed the opportunity to enhance the storytelling and instead felt like a superficial addition that did not contribute meaningfully to the overall impact of the film.

Michelle Harris

The haunting and somber melodies in the soundtrack of The Boys of St. Vincent perfectly capture the dark and emotional themes of the film.

Stephanie Evans

The soundtrack of The Boys of St. Vincent is a powerful and poignant accompaniment to the harrowing tale of abuse and cover-up, leaving a lasting impact on the viewer.

Brian Davis

The use of choir vocals in certain tracks of the soundtrack adds a haunting quality to the film, emphasizing the magnitude of the abuse and the complicity of those in power.

Thomas Garcia

The use of subtle piano and string arrangements in the soundtrack creates a sense of unease and tension, mirroring the hidden horrors that took place at the orphanage.

Amanda Moore

The music in the film effectively conveys the sense of betrayal and loss experienced by the young boys who were victims of abuse at the orphanage.

Carol Brown

The soundtrack of The Boys of St. Vincent failed to capture the emotional depth and gravity of the harrowing story being portrayed. The music felt disconnected from the intense and disturbing subject matter, failing to evoke the necessary sense of horror and injustice that the victims experienced.

Brian King

Overall, the music in The Boys of St. Vincent serves as a powerful storytelling tool, effectively immersing the audience in the disturbing realities faced by the victims of abuse at the orphanage.

Kimberly Davis

The use of subtle instrumentation and minimalistic compositions adds a layer of raw authenticity to the soundtrack, allowing the audience to connect on a profound level with the characters and the atrocities they endured. The music serves as a powerful storytelling device, enhancing the impact of each scene and driving home the gravity of the subject matter.

Timothy Wilson

The music in the film strikes a delicate balance between conveying the pain and trauma experienced by the boys, while also highlighting moments of resilience and hope.

James Garcia

The Boys of St. Vincent's soundtrack perfectly captures the emotional weight and intensity of the harrowing story it accompanies. The haunting melodies and somber tones evoke a sense of deep sadness and empathy for the victims of abuse.