Un jour sans fin Soundtrack (

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Rating: 8.00/10 from 680000 votes
Tags: groundhog day, punxsutawney pennsylvania
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Atrapado en el tiempo

Title in Italiano:

Il giorno della marmotta

Title in Português:

O Feitiço do Tempo

Title in Français:

Un jour sans fin


TV weatherman Phil Connors is cynical, to say the least, and having to go yet again to Punxsutawney, Pa. on February 2 to see if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow isn't his idea of fun.

He is grumpy with his segment producer Rita and downright nasty with cameraman Larry.

He doesn't take the shadow business at all seriously but the next morning, awakens to find he is reliving the same day.

Initially disbelieving and fighting what is happening to him, Phil eventually accepts that he will relive the same day over and over again.

He uses the opportunity to acquire new skills - piano playing and ice carving among them - and soon becomes the most admired man in Punxsutawney.

However, just how many times he relives the day is anyone's guess.

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Un jour sans fin
George Fenton: Writer
George Fenton: Produced
Delbert McClinton: Performer
Piano Sonata in C, K545, 1st movement
I Got You Babe
Sonny Bono: Writer
Sonny & Cher: Performer
Pennsylvania Polka
Lester Lee: Writer
Frankie Yankovic: Performer
Take Me Round Again
George Fenton: Writer
George Fenton: Producer
Susie Stevens-Logan: Performer
You Don't Know Me
Ray Charles: Performer
Eddy Arnold: Writer
Eighteenth Variation from Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Phil's Piano Solo
Terry Fryer: Writer
Almost Like Being in Love
Nat 'King' Cole: Performer
Alan Jay Lerner: Writer
La Bourrée du Célibataire
Jacques Brel: Performer
Jacques Brel: Lyrics
You Don't Know Me
Eddy Arnold: Performer
Phil's Piano Solo
Terry Fryer: Performer

User reviews

James Roberts

The use of piano music in the soundtrack adds a sense of elegance and sophistication to the film, especially during the scenes where Phil learns to play the piano himself.

Jennifer Anderson

The soundtrack of Groundhog Day perfectly captures the whimsical and comedic tone of the film. The music is playful and light-hearted, enhancing the comedic moments and adding depth to the storyline.

Ronald Wright

The soundtrack of Groundhog Day perfectly captures the film's comedic and whimsical tone, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Betty Lee

The emotional depth of the score adds layers to the character development, particularly during moments of introspection and realization for Phil.

Matthew Phillips

The soundtrack of Groundhog Day effectively conveys the emotional journey of Phil Connors as he transitions from cynicism to self-improvement and personal growth. The music evolves along with the character, reflecting his changing emotions and experiences throughout the film.

Anthony Smith

The soundtrack of Groundhog Day perfectly captures the whimsical and repetitive nature of the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Paul Thomas

The variety of musical styles and genres in the soundtrack keeps the audience engaged and entertained throughout the film, reflecting the different moods and themes explored in the story.

Margaret Roberts

The music complements the protagonist's journey of self-discovery and personal growth throughout the repetitive day, adding depth to the storytelling.

Ashley Lopez

Overall, the soundtrack of Groundhog Day is a standout feature of the film, elevating it to a classic status and leaving a lasting impression on viewers long after the credits roll.

Daniel Rodriguez

Overall, the soundtrack of Groundhog Day is a standout element of the film, blending seamlessly with the narrative to deliver a memorable and engaging viewing experience.

Kimberly Robinson

The use of repetitive motifs in the soundtrack mirrors the time loop experienced by the protagonist, Phil Connors. This clever musical choice helps to immerse the audience in the repetitive nature of his experience, creating a unique and engaging listening experience.

James Garcia

The music effectively conveys the emotions and struggles of the main character, Phil Connors, as he goes through his journey of self-discovery and personal growth.

Mary Phillips

The recurring motifs in the soundtrack mirror the cyclical nature of the plot, creating a sense of familiarity and continuity that resonates with the audience.

John Nelson

The music perfectly underscores the moments of realization, reflection, and transformation that Phil experiences, creating a deep emotional connection with the audience.

Matthew Wilson

The use of different musical styles, from upbeat jazz to classical piano, reflects the diverse experiences Phil Connors undergoes as he navigates the time loop.

Jennifer Hernandez

The soundtrack enhances the comedic elements of the film, adding a light-hearted and playful atmosphere that complements the humor in the storyline.