Women Talking (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Hildur Guðnadóttir

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Label: Decca (UMO)

Genre: Soundtrack

Subgenre: Music

Artist: Hildur Guðnadóttir

Composer: Hildur Guðnadóttir

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  • 1Work Of Ghosts (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)00:24
  • 2Speak Up (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)03:15
  • 3Doomsday (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)00:54
  • 4Not All Men (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)03:27
  • 5Pros and Cons (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)01:21
  • 6Always (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)02:42
  • 7I Saw Him (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)00:19
  • 8He's Here (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)03:30
  • 9Teeth (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)00:20
  • 10Peace Of God (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)02:15
  • 11Jumping (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)01:30
  • 12Boys (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)02:25
  • 13Nettie (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)00:19
  • 14Leaving (From "Women Talking" Soundtrack)03:39
  • Total Runtime26:20

Info for Women Talking (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Women Talking is a highly emotive and inspiring story, based on the best-selling novel by Miriam Toews, that follows a group of women from an isolated religious community who grapple with reconciling their reality with their faith. Hildur Guðnadóttir’s affecting, ruminative score captures the film’s emotional complexity. Rousing guitar-led motifs underpin the folk-influenced score, punctuated by unsettling percussion and mournful strings.

Based on the novel by Miriam Toews, writer/director Sarah Polley’s new narrative Women Talking considers how a group of women can move forward after the shocking betrayal and abuse by men in their isolated religious community. The backstory of the novel and subsequent film, which is set in 2010, mirrors horrific true events that took place at a Mennonite colony in Bolivia. For over four years, nine men secretly sedated over a hundred girls and women, raping them while they were unconscious. The film is not a violent one, however. Polley wanted the violence to only be reflected in short glimpses of the aftermath, focusing instead on the community of women coming together to build a better world for their children, each other, and themselves. Toews’ book raised questions within her about faith, forgiveness, community, and self-determination, she said. “I wanted to feel in every frame the endless potential and possibility contained in a conversation about how to remake a broken world.” Bringing this conversation to life is an exceptional ensemble cast that includes Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivy, and Frances McDormand.

The mood and tone in Women Talking are enhanced with the contribution of an organic, hopeful score by Academy-award-winning composer Hildur Guðnadóttir. Guðnadóttir has had a very successful 2022, with her scores for Todd Field’s Tár and Sarah Polley’s film both currently in Oscar contention. The Credits spoke to the composer about her deeply personal score for Women Talking, a film that offered her the first opportunity to work with a female director.

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