The Spectator Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.60/10 from 500 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Die Zuschauerin

Title in Italiano:

The Spectator

Title in Português:

The Spectator

Title in Français:

La spectatrice

Title in Türk:

The Spectator

Title in Deutsch:

Die Zuschauerin


Valeria is a 26-yr-old inhibited and solitary girl. She lives in Turin, Italy, where she works as a simultaneous translator. There are no romantic relationships in her life, but she allows herself one almost ritualistic attachment: that of observing Massimo, a man in his forties who lives in the apartment across the street from her, totally unaware of her. Occasionally, they have a few fleeting encounters - Valeria happens to translate for Massimo at a conference - and eventually something starts growing between them. When Massimo moves to Rome, Valeria's existence falls apart. On a sudden impulse, she decides to leave Turin and follow him there.

In Rome, Valeria soon finds out that Massimo has another woman - Flavia. Valeria causes an "accidental meeting" with her and a certain immediate sympathy between the two women develops, along with a strange mutual curiosity. Nonetheless, their "friendship" is based on subtle betrayals and lies. Flavia in fact uses Valeria's fragile introversion as a catalyst for the novel she is writing about her late husband. She was close to building up an emotional life with Massimo but now she chooses to go on working on the novel about her dead husband.

For Valeria, on the other hand, the older woman becomes the only desperate link between her and the man she is falling in love with. And Massimo finally decides to follow his own romantic dream with Valeria. But Valeria is unable to face a real relationship...

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Play Title Artist
The Spectator
How Do You Sleep?
I Wanna Be Yours
Falling / / Away
Love Lies (with Normani)
Pulling Me Under
Too Fast
Up in Flames
Can't Help
The Eve
Do I Wanna Know?
Fire Meet Gasoline
Starry Night
Addicted To You
One More Night
Let's not fall in love
Send Me A Picture
Your Shirt
다른사람을 사랑하고 있어 I’m in love with someone else
la song
Try Again
Where's My Love - Acoustic
Between the Bars
Beautiful Mess
YOUR SONG (With Lee Jin Ah, Jung Seung Hwan, Kwon Jin Ah)
Memory Of The Wind
Our Tears
All We Do
Can I Love Again
Your Wedding
Is There Somewhere
My My My!
Someone To Stay
The Story Never Ends
Mixed Signals
You're The One That I Want
The Few Things
I've Told You Now
what about today?

User reviews

Deborah Garcia

Each musical piece seems to be carefully crafted to reflect the delicate nuances of Valeria's relationships with Massimo and Flavia, adding layers of depth and complexity to their intertwined stories. The soundtrack truly enhances the storytelling and elevates the overall viewing experience.

Joshua Gonzalez

The soundtrack's evocative themes mirror the shifting dynamics between the characters, adding layers of complexity to their interactions.

Donald Lewis

The music sets the tone for the melancholic atmosphere of the film, highlighting Valeria's isolated existence and her yearning for something more.

Paul Lopez

The musical choices in The Spectator feel repetitive and uninspired, failing to enhance the storytelling or create a memorable atmosphere. The soundtrack becomes background noise rather than a powerful element that elevates the narrative and engages the audience.

Mark Miller

The soundtrack's poignant melodies enhance the film's exploration of loneliness and human connection, making Valeria's emotional journey all the more compelling.

Laura Taylor

The soundtrack's delicate piano compositions create a sense of intimacy, drawing the audience into Valeria's contemplative moments of solitude.

Michael Garcia

The soundtrack of The Spectator fails to capture the emotional complexity of Valeria's internal struggles and the intricate dynamics of her relationships with Massimo and Flavia. The music lacks depth and nuance, leaving the viewer disconnected from the characters' experiences.

Kimberly Miller

The haunting melodies and melancholic tones of the music beautifully mirror Valeria's inner turmoil and solitude, creating a deep emotional resonance that stays with me long after the film has ended.

Laura Parker

The music in The Spectator effectively conveys the bittersweet nature of Valeria's journey, highlighting her struggles with self-discovery and love.

Elizabeth White

The soundtrack of The Spectator perfectly captures the emotional complexity and intensity of Valeria's journey, immersing me in her world and evoking a profound sense of empathy.

Karen Roberts

Overall, the soundtrack of The Spectator is a powerful and evocative accompaniment to Valeria's story, enriching the viewer's experience of her emotional journey.

Jennifer Walker

The soundtrack of The Spectator does not effectively convey the bittersweet and melancholic tone of Valeria's journey of self-discovery and unrequited love. The music feels out of sync with the emotional intensity of the plot, diminishing the impact of key moments and failing to evoke genuine empathy from the viewers.

Thomas Johnson

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack evoke a sense of longing and unfulfilled desires, mirroring Valeria's emotional journey throughout the story.

Anthony Williams

The use of subtle instrumentation in the soundtrack adds depth to the narrative, enhancing the audience's understanding of Valeria's inner world.

Lisa Jackson

The soundtrack of The Spectator perfectly captures the emotional complexity of Valeria's character, reflecting her inner turmoil and longing for connection.

Robert Johnson

The emotional depth of the soundtrack resonates with Valeria's complex relationships with Massimo and Flavia, capturing the nuances of their interactions.