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La prima linea Soundtrack

La prima linea (2009) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
By:Max Richter
Release date:20.11.2009
Bitrate:~320 kbps
Length: 31:50 (17 tracks)
Size:73.33 MB
Movie
Year:2009
Country:Italy
Genre: drama
IMDB: 1347442

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1.The Falling Orchestra
Max Richter
2:54

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3206.67
2.Falling Shadow
Max Richter
2:38

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3206.05
3.Alone Together
Max Richter
0:57

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3202.19
4.Dream Tempo
Max Richter
1:16

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3202.91
5.Brightness Morning
Max Richter
1:56

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3204.45
6.Requies (Spaces)
Max Richter
1:23

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3203.17
7.Requies (Solo)
Max Richter
1:39

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3203.79
8.Timepiece
Max Richter
2:27

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3205.61
9.Dream Tempo
Max Richter
1:16

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3202.91
10.Drak Pulse
Max Richter
0:56

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3202.16
11.Falling Shadow
Max Richter
2:41

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3206.14
12.Alone Together
Max Richter
1:38

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3203.77
13.Dream Tempo
Max Richter
1:15

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3202.87
14.Memory Pulse
Max Richter
1:30

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3203.45
15.Falling Shadow
Max Richter
4:33

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32010.44
16.Requies (Epilogue)
Max Richter
1:15

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3202.86
17.Alone Together
Max Richter
1:36

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3203.68
  31:50   73.33
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Plot summary

The tumultuous political events of the late sixties that swept across Europe left a particular mark on Italy. The radical Red Brigades, committed to the violent overthrow of the state, were formed out of the student protests of 1968. Prima Linea was another Italian terrorist organization, founded in the late seventies and even more extreme in its methods. De Maria tackles his subject from the perspective of his male protagonist, who looks back from his jail cell on his youthful exploits with understanding, candour and remorse. Believing there would be a coup by right-wing elements, a young Sergio goes underground, convinced the use of violence is a necessary choice. There he meets the equally committed Susanna, falls in love and continues to fight the brutal battle of a political extremist. Eventually, Sergio grows disenchanted with the tactics of the PL, but when Susanna is captured, he resorts to the methods he has learned as a militant to try to spring her from prison.

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