Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 7 songs that can be heard in the Netflix movie “The Four of Us”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 7 songs featured in “The Four of Us”:
Welcome To The Start - Whipallas Timestamp:0:06 | Scene: The title of the film is shown. Maria and Ben are driving along a country road.
Premium - Pudeldame Timestamp:0:07 | Scene: Nils is on his way to his father's house with Janina. There he wants to meet with Maria and Ben. Maria and Ben are sitting on the North Sea beach. They kiss each other.
Hate Myself - dodie Timestamp:0:18 | Scene: Janina takes a selfie on the beach. She is holding a wine glass in her hand. She is having a conversation with her boss. Janina is lying thoughtfully in bed. She is holding a pregnancy test in her hand.
Close To You - Dayglow Timestamp:0:20 | Scene: Janina turns on this song on her cell phone. She dances around the room. Nils and Maria are in the kitchen.
You're Somebody Else - Flora Cash Timestamp:0:37 | Scene: Maria, Janina, Nils and Ben are sitting opposite each other. They look into each other's eyes.
Give Me Light - Marti West Timestamp:0:43 / 0:48 | Scene: Ben takes care of Maria's injured hand. Janina cleans the floor. Further scenes follow. / Ben tells Nils that he cannot have children.
Ich Ich Ich - Pudeldame Timestamp:1:25 | Scene: Song can be heard during the credits. Among other things, outtakes are also shown.
What’s the movie about?
The experiment of Maria (Paula Kalenberg), Nils (Jonas Nay), Janina (Nilam Farooq) and Ben (Louis Nitsche) requires strong nerves: For four weeks, the two couples, who are friends and plagued by personal crises, swap partners with each other. The only rule during that time is clearly formulated: Everything is allowed except sexual intercourse. Of course, the whole thing does not remain without consequences. After not only promises are broken and feelings hurt, the four experimenters begin to question their own models of life and relationships. In the end, they find themselves confronted with the difficult question: Who do we really love?