Milan Records will release a soundtrack album for Sebastián Lelio’s drama A Fantastic Woman (Una Mujer Fantástica). The album features the film’s original music composed by Matthew Herbert (Life in a Day, Disobedience). Also included are songs by lead actress Daniela Vega and Hector Lavoe. The soundtrack is set to be released digitally on January 5, 2018 (click here to download) and physically on February 9 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. A Fantastic Woman is co-written and directed by Lelio and stars Vega and Francisco Reyes. The movie revolves around a transgender actress who falls in love with an older man who suddenly falls ill and dies and is forced to confront his family and society. The drama, which just received a Golden Globe nomination in the Foreign Language Film category, premiered at this year’s Berlin Film Festival and will be released in U.S. theaters on February 2 by Sony Pictures Classics. Visit the official movie website for more information.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Titles
2. Illness
3. Away
4. Hospital
5. Glasses
6. Trapped
7. Sposa Son Disprezzata – Daniela Vega
8. Fountain
9. Turn
10. Escape
11. Warehouse
12. Queen
13. Kidnap
14. Manicure
15. Key
16. Sauna
17. Taxi
18. Cemetery
19. Farewell
20. Ombra Mai Fu – Daniela Vega
21. Periódico De Ayer – Hector Lavoe

  1. herb duval says:

    I found he film too “arty” and way too slow. I appreciate the subject and it’s treatment a lot. But as entertainment, it was hardtop get involved. By killing off half the romantic couple in the first few frames. it’s hard to develop a feeling for them or her. It becomes a socio-political thriller, and there aren’t enough actual thrills to make it into that genre.

    Technical question, Who is actually doing the singing on the final art song. It didn’t seem like Marina had acquired the vocal power as evident in her lessons to do it. Also, regardless of what transformations are done to an adult male, it seems unlikely that a soprano with a full chest voice would emerge. But that’s what movies are for, aren’t they? to fool and tantalize us..

    Hasta luego.

    • Laara says:

      I totally enjoyed the pace of this movie — it gave me time to appreciate the loneliness of this individual, the subtleties and nuances of her unspoken feelings, and the pain that comes with her situation. I found the film excellent entertainment — i did not want to miss one facial expression, one shot of her eyes or face as she struggled through the various humiliations of her life.
      5 stars from me!

  2. Kevin says:

    What is the song that plays during the final credits? It is not on the soundtrack and I cannot find that info. Would love to find out who it is. Loved the film!

    • Nicola Butcher says:

      Kevin, I want to know too! Its was incredible.

  3. Kevin says:

    What is the song that plays during the closing credits? It is not on the soundtrack. Would love to know what it is. great movie!