The Glass House Soundtrack (

The Glass House Soundtrack (2001) cover

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Última sospecha

Title in Italiano:

Prigione di vetro

Title in Português:

Casa de Vidro


Rhett and Ruby Baker are orphaned by their rich parents' fatal car accident, and by testament foster guardianship falls to their former neighbors Terrence 'Terry' and Ruby Glass, so they move into their Malibu modernistic beach house, while family estate lawyer Begleiter manages their $4 million trust account.

Rhett appreciates the toys to sweeten the deal, but Ruby, who initially adored Terry for his funeral speech and haughtily ignored concerned uncle Jack, soon grows suspicious of everyone and the accident, while Terry almost seems flirtatious with her.

It gradually becomes clear that Terry's shiny firm is in dire financial straits, with loan sharks threatening him, while Erin is drug-addicted, drawing in drug dealing scum. After confiding in attorney Begleiter she mistrusts him and feels tricked when the social services inspector he sent finds her claims disproved conspicuously last-minute, like separate rooms, like separate rooms for the siblings, but there's no proof to impress the police.

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The Glass House
Karaoke Superstars
Superchick: Performer
Movement in Still Life
BT: Performer
Clifton 'Jiggs' Chase: Writer
Nobody's Real
Powerman 5000: Performer
Spider One: Writer
Mid-Mountain Blues
Sukpatch: Performer
Haim Saban: Writer
Inon Zur: Performer
Nobody's Real
Spider One: Performer
Dear John
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (1999): Performer
The Glass House
Christopher Young: Performer
Sunken Bells
Christopher Young: Performer
Even If I Had an Ax
Christopher Young: Performer
Through a Glass Eye
Christopher Young: Performer
Twice Told Tales
Christopher Young: Performer
Sotto Voce
Christopher Young: Performer
Christopher Young: Performer
Diabetic Dancer
Christopher Young: Performer
Where In Time?
Christopher Young: Performer
Christopher Young: Performer
This Too Shall Pass
Christopher Young: Performer

User reviews

Kenneth Anderson

The music in The Glass House effectively builds tension and keeps the audience on the edge of their seats, adding depth and emotion to the unfolding story.

Donna Phillips

The soundtrack of The Glass House is a standout element of the movie, immersing the audience in the dark and twisted world of the story with its evocative and atmospheric compositions.

Thomas Roberts

The soundtrack's use of subtle cues and motifs helps to foreshadow key plot points and character developments, creating a cohesive and immersive viewing experience.

Thomas Hernandez

The combination of orchestral pieces and electronic elements in the music of The Glass House adds a modern and unique touch to the overall sound design of the film.

Amanda Miller

The soundtrack of The Glass House lacks emotional depth and fails to enhance the suspenseful atmosphere of the movie.

Donald Mitchell

The Glass House's soundtrack perfectly captures the suspense and tension of the movie, enhancing every scene with its haunting melodies and intense rhythms.

Ashley Green

The soundtrack of The Glass House perfectly captures the suspenseful and mysterious atmosphere of the movie, enhancing every scene with its eerie and haunting melodies.

Karen Miller

The music in The Glass House creates a sense of unease and mystery that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the film, adding depth to the characters' emotions and motivations.

James Baker

Overall, the soundtrack of The Glass House is a standout element of the movie, showcasing the talent and creativity of the composers in crafting a compelling and memorable musical score.

Patricia Nelson

The soundtrack fails to effectively capture the complex emotions and dynamics between the characters, ultimately falling flat in conveying the tension and drama of the storyline.

Jennifer Martin

In my opinion, the soundtrack of The Glass House fell short of making a significant impact on me. While it served its purpose in creating a certain mood for the movie, I found it to be somewhat generic and forgettable. The music did not stand out or leave a lasting impression, failing to elevate the storytelling or immerse me deeper into the plot. Overall, I believe the soundtrack could have been more innovative and memorable to make a stronger impact on the overall viewing experience.

James Moore

I found the band's soundtrack of The Glass House to be quite fitting and eerie, enhancing the suspenseful atmosphere of the movie. The music effectively heightened the tension during key scenes, adding a sense of unease and mystery to the unfolding story. The haunting melodies and subtle cues truly captured the psychological thriller aspect of the film, making it a crucial element in building up the suspense and intrigue.

Sarah Evans

The musical choices often feel generic and uninspired, offering little in terms of originality or memorable melodies.