Soundtrack: The Family

Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 11 songs that can be heard in the movie “The Family”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.


All 11 songs featured in “The Family”:

Song:Listen on:
Doce Doce - Fred Bongusto
Timestamp: 0:25 | Scene: Belle listens to this song in her room. She thinks of the family dinner.
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This My Club - Prophit
Timestamp: 0:30 | Scene: Warren tells Belle about his exciting morning.
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The Greatest - Cat Power
Timestamp: 0:42 | Scene: Giovanni and Maggie kiss on the coach.
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Pop Muzik - M
Timestamp: 0:45 | Scene: The family makes lunch. They welcome themselves in the neighborhood.
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Genius of Love - Tom Tom Club
Timestamp: 0:48 | Scene: Song can be heard at lunch. Giovanni starts the barbecue.
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Me and My Baby - Don Cavalli
Timestamp: 0:57 | Scene: The newspapers are printed.
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New York, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down - LCD Soundsystem
Timestamp: 1:04 | Scene: Belle kisses her teacher in the classroom.
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Rags to Riches - Tony Benett
Timestamp: 1:18 | Scene: Giovani watches the movie "Good Fellas".
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Clint Eastwood - Gorillaz
Timestamp: 1:22 | Scene: The gangsters leave the train and run past Warren.
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To Binge (feat. Little Dragon) - Gorillaz
Timestamp: 1:40 | Scene: The last song can be heard during the credits of the movie.
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Coccinella - Ghigo
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What’s the movie about?
Giovanni Manzoni (Robert De Niro) was a former gangster in New York. But when he starts to let a whole bunch of competing mafiosi get exposed, he himself ended up behind bars for some time. The Mafia wants his head for his betrayal! Giovanni and his family go into hiding and with the help of the witness protection program they move to the French Normandy. Everyone gets a new identity, but although the tough FBI agent Stansfield (Tommy Lee Jones) takes care of them, the family drifts back into the old pattern. His wife Maggie (Michelle Pfeiffer) blows up a supermarket. His son Warren (John D’Leo) and daughter Belle (Dianna Agron) are in no way inferior to their parents and attract attention in their own ways. Soon the Mafia realizes that a former Mafiosi lives in Northern France…

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