The Emerald Forest Soundtrack (

The Emerald Forest Soundtrack (1985) cover

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Rating: 6.90/10 from 11000 votes
Tags: native language, female slave
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La selva esmeralda

Title in Italiano:

La foresta di smeraldo

Title in Português:

A Floresta Esmeralda

Title in Français:

La forêt d'émeraude

Title in Türk:

Zümrüt ormanı

Title in Deutsch:

Der Smaragdwald


The American engineer Bill Markham moves with his wife Jean Markham and children to Amazonas to work in the construction of a dam. When he brings his son Tommy to the site forest, the boy is abducted by the tribe of the Invisible People and brought to rain forest.

Bill spends ten years seeking out Tommy in the forest. When he finally meets Tommy, he is an Indian and does not want to leave his tribe and return to the civilization. But when Tommy's mate Kachiri and the women of his tribe are kidnapped by a gang of white slaves to work in a brothel in the forest, Tommy searches Bill in the big city to help his tribe to rescue the female Indians.

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The Emerald Forest
Maior Abandonado
Frejat: Writer
Barão Vermelho: Performer
Eagle Break
Frejat: Performer

User reviews

Margaret Young

The haunting melodies in certain scenes create a poignant and reflective mood, adding layers of complexity to the characters and their motivations.

Thomas Martinez

The blending of tribal chants and modern orchestration in the music reflects the clash of cultures portrayed in the movie, effectively conveying the themes of cultural differences and identity.

John Scott

The use of ambient sounds and nature-inspired motifs in the music enhances the visual storytelling, creating a rich tapestry of sound that complements the stunning cinematography of the Amazon rainforest.

Daniel Taylor

The musical themes in The Emerald Forest are repetitive and uninspired, failing to evoke a sense of adventure or urgency that the plot demands. The lack of variety in the soundtrack makes it monotonous and unengaging, detracting from the overall viewing experience.

Thomas Thomas

The soundtrack of The Emerald Forest lacks emotional depth and fails to capture the intensity of the characters' struggles in the Amazon jungle. The music feels disconnected from the narrative, making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the story.

Betty Davis

The soundtrack of The Emerald Forest perfectly captures the mysterious and enchanting atmosphere of the Amazon rainforest, creating a sense of adventure and discovery.

Deborah Garcia

The emotional depth of the soundtrack is truly remarkable, enhancing the poignant moments of the story and adding layers of complexity to the characters' journeys. The music not only complements the visuals but also elevates the overall viewing experience, making The Emerald Forest a truly immersive cinematic experience.

Emily Wright

The use of traditional Amazonian instruments in the music adds authenticity and depth to the film, creating a rich tapestry of sounds that reflect the cultural diversity of the region. It's evident that a lot of research and care went into crafting a soundtrack that respects and celebrates indigenous music traditions.

Dorothy Hill

The emotional depth of the soundtrack shines through in moments of tension and conflict, enriching the narrative and heightening the viewer's connection to the characters.

Steven Harris

The rhythmic percussions and pulsating beats in the soundtrack enhance the action sequences, driving the pace of the film and keeping the audience engaged.

Andrew Hall

The use of traditional indigenous instruments in the music adds authenticity to the film's setting and enhances the storytelling, making the viewer feel truly immersed in the jungle.

Michelle Wilson

The score effectively evokes a sense of urgency and danger during the rescue missions, enhancing the suspense and excitement of the plot.

Stephanie Carter

The soundtrack of The Emerald Forest truly captures the essence of the Amazon rainforest with its immersive and evocative sounds. Each track transports me to the lush and mysterious world of the Invisible People, enhancing the storytelling experience.

Mary Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of The Emerald Forest is a masterful blend of traditional and contemporary elements that elevates the film to a higher level of emotional resonance and thematic depth.

Timothy Phillips

The choice of instrumentation in the soundtrack of The Emerald Forest feels out of place and at times inappropriate for the setting of the Amazon jungle. The use of certain musical elements detracts from the authenticity of the film's portrayal of indigenous cultures and their struggles, creating a jarring disconnect between the visuals and the music.