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Rating: 6.60/10 from 276000 votes
Tags: mysterious creature
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El bosque (The Village)

Title in Italiano:

The Village

Title in Português:

A Vila

Title in Français:

Le Village

Title in Türk:


Title in Deutsch:

The Village - Das Dorf


The Village is a psychological thriller film directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The story revolves around a small, isolated community that believes they are surrounded by dangerous creatures in the woods. The villagers have strict rules and rituals to keep themselves safe, but when a young woman decides to venture into the woods to seek help, she discovers a shocking truth about their existence.

The film explores themes of fear, control, and the consequences of living in a society built on lies. As the mystery unravels, the audience is left questioning the true nature of the village and the motivations of its leaders.

The Village is known for its twist ending that challenges viewers' perceptions and leaves them with a sense of unease. It has been praised for its atmospheric cinematography and thought-provoking storyline.

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The Village
Yellow Flicker Beat
Atlas - From “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Soundtrack
People Help the People
Ladder Song
The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
Walking In The Dark
American Money
White Teeth Teens
Heaven Up There
A Thing For Me
Old Money
Just That Time of the Night
So Good At Being in Trouble
I Am The Changer
Eyes Open
Safe & Sound - from The Hunger Games Soundtrack
House Of Glass
Kingdom Come
Everything Is Everything
Close to Me - 2006 Remaster
Personal Jesus - Original Single Version
When You Die
Everybody Wants To Rule The World
You Needed Love, I Needed You
Wicked Game
Place For Us - From “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Soundtrack
still feel.
Do It All The Time
Fast Talk
Freaking Out
The End of Everything
My Blood
Be My Mistake
Sincerity Is Scary
Into the Night
Live to Love
Willow Tree March
Hell, Yeah
Noah Visits
What Are You Asking Me?
The Bad Color
Those We Don't Speak Of
Will You Help Me?
I Cannot See His Color
The Gravel Road
Race to Resting Rock
The Forbidden Line
The Vote
It Is Not Real
The Shed Not to Be Used
Signs: The Cornfield
James Newton Howard: Performer
Signs: After You Were Born
James Newton Howard: Performer
Signs: Hand of Fate
James Newton Howard: Performer
The Village: Morning
James Newton Howard: Performer
The Village: Noah Visits
James Newton Howard: Performer
The Village: Ivy Saves
James Newton Howard: Performer
The Sixth Sense: Lonely Boy
James Newton Howard: Performer
The Sixth Sense: Ghost in the House
James Newton Howard: Performer
The Sixth Sense: Acceptance
James Newton Howard: Performer
Lady in the Water: Prologue
James Newton Howard: Performer
Lady in the Water: Charades
James Newton Howard: Performer
Lady in the Water: Story

User reviews

Dorothy Clark

The use of strings and choral elements in the soundtrack adds a sense of foreboding and unease, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.

Brian Scott

The haunting and atmospheric score of The Village perfectly captures the sense of unease and mystery that permeates the film.

Melissa Taylor

The Village's soundtrack perfectly captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the film, enhancing the tension and suspense with its haunting melodies and subtle nuances.

Carol Gonzalez

The music effectively builds tension and suspense, enhancing the psychological thriller elements of the story.

Emily Davis

The emotional depth of the music resonates with the themes of fear and deception explored in the film, enhancing the overall impact of the story.

Betty Smith

The music choices in The Village effectively complement the themes of fear, control, and deception, adding an extra layer of depth to the storytelling and immersing the audience in the unsettling world of the isolated community.

Charles Walker

The composition of the music enhances the storytelling, creating a sense of mystery and intrigue that keeps viewers engaged throughout the film.

Joseph King

Overall, the soundtrack of The Village is a vital component of the film's success, adding layers of emotion and tension that elevate the viewing experience.

Amanda Rodriguez

The soundtrack of The Village effectively conveys the isolation and paranoia of the characters, drawing the audience into their world.

Sarah Hall

The music in the film effectively sets the tone for key moments, heightening the impact of pivotal scenes and plot twists.

Linda King

The score of The Village complements the visuals and dialogue, adding an extra layer of depth and emotion to the narrative.