The For Jojo soundtrack includes music by Taylor Savvy, Natalie Sandtorv and Moritz Kramer. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Barbara Ott’s 2022 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
For Jojo stars Caro Cult as Paula, a Berlin native who tries to sabotage her best friend’s love life. Nina Gummich co-stars as Jojo, Paula’s long-time pal who plans to move from the big city to an island community. The storyline follows the female protagonists as they try to resolve lingering friendship issues. Composers John Gürtler (System Crasher) and Jan Miserre (A Pure Place) scored the 90-minute Netflix film; music supervisors Marina Rembold and Thomas Binar handled the featured tunes. Here’s every song in For Jojo.
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For Jojo Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie
- “Jetzt Lieb — Ich Dich Erst Recht” by Linda Feller (00:19:00): The For Jojo soundtrack song scores a bowling alley sequence. Paula stands in silence and then throws a ball. She tears up and keeps bowling. The music continues as Paula dives into the pins.
- “My Bait Ain’t Going to Waste” by Taylor Savvy (00:26:00): Jojo and Daniel (Steven Sowah) hold hands during a road trip. Paula sits in the back seat. She says, “I’ll give you guys two days.” The For Jojo soundtrack song plays again at 01:35:00.
- “Where’s My Fun Parade?” by Natalie Sandtorv (00:57:00): Paula stands alone on a road. She walks to a town and visits a convenience store. The tune can also be heard at 01:12:00.
- “You Don’t Mind” by Moritz Kramer (01:32:00): The track scores a beach sequence. Jojo marries Daniel. The music continues during the end credits.
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The For Jojo soundtrack also includes:
- “Boompty Boomp Theme” by Derrick L. Carter
- “In Your Arms — Immer. Chich’s Spheric Dub” by Marco Nega, Immer. Chic
- “Jungle Wolf” by Thomas Mellhorn & Jurgen Kramlofsky
- “Nordstrand Quad Rollers” by Ed Davenport
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