Woman Walks Ahead Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 8300 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La mujer que camina delante

Title in Italiano:

Woman Walks Ahead

Title in Português:

Mulher Que Segue à Frente

Title in Français:

Woman Walks Ahead

Title in Türk:

Kadın Önde Yürür


Woman Walks Ahead is a historical drama film based on the true story of Catherine Weldon, a widowed artist from New York who travels to the Dakota Territory in the late 19th century to paint a portrait of Chief Sitting Bull.

As Weldon becomes more involved in the Lakota community and their struggle for land rights, she finds herself at odds with the US government and the military who are determined to force the Native Americans off their land.

Woman Walks Ahead explores themes of cultural identity, friendship, and the power of art to bridge divides between different communities.

The film stars Jessica Chastain as Catherine Weldon and Michael Greyeyes as Chief Sitting Bull, and was directed by Susanna White.

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Betty Roberts

The soundtrack effectively underscores the themes of cultural identity and friendship, enhancing the storytelling and emotional impact of the film.

Paul Scott

The incorporation of traditional Lakota musical elements in the score adds authenticity and enriches the cultural representation in the film.

Charles Young

The soundtrack of Woman Walks Ahead failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the film's themes. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the cultural richness and authenticity needed to enhance the storytelling.

Deborah Adams

The score's ability to evoke a sense of time and place in the late 19th century Dakota Territory adds a layer of historical authenticity to the film.

Linda King

Overall, the soundtrack of Woman Walks Ahead missed the opportunity to elevate the film's powerful narrative and instead detracted from the overall viewing experience.

David Robinson

The soundtrack of Woman Walks Ahead showcases the talent and creativity of the composer in crafting music that is both evocative and memorable, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Michael Turner

The use of traditional Lakota chants and drums in the soundtrack adds a layer of authenticity to the storytelling, immersing the audience in the rich cultural heritage of the Lakota people.

Andrew Lopez

The emotional depth of the soundtrack perfectly captures the poignant story of Woman Walks Ahead and enhances the viewing experience.

Lisa Taylor

The use of music to convey the struggle for land rights and the tension between different communities is masterfully done, drawing viewers deeper into the narrative.

Andrew Mitchell

The score effectively conveys the tension and conflict between the different communities portrayed in the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience and adding depth to the characters' struggles.

Michelle Nelson

Throughout the movie, the soundtrack often felt intrusive and overpowering, overshadowing key moments of dialogue and emotional resonance. It failed to strike the right balance between enhancing the scenes and allowing the audience to immerse themselves in the story.

Timothy Rodriguez

The soundtrack of Woman Walks Ahead perfectly captures the emotional complexity of the film's themes, blending traditional Native American music with a modern touch.

Robert Adams

The soundtrack of Woman Walks Ahead is a powerful and emotive complement to the film's poignant storytelling. Each musical piece captures the essence of the characters and the historical setting with remarkable precision.

Steven Mitchell

The collaboration between the composers and musicians in creating the soundtrack is evident in the seamless integration of different musical styles and cultural influences. The result is a captivating and evocative musical experience that enhances the film's themes of cultural identity and the power of art to unite communities.

Donna Young

The haunting melodies and traditional Native American instruments woven throughout the soundtrack add depth and authenticity to the portrayal of the Lakota community's struggle for land rights. The music truly immerses the audience in the emotional journey of the characters.

Joseph Jackson

The music beautifully reflects the evolving relationship between Catherine Weldon and Chief Sitting Bull, creating a moving and powerful atmosphere.

Betty Smith

Overall, the music in Woman Walks Ahead enhances the emotional impact of the story and serves as a powerful backdrop to the historical events depicted in the film.