The No Limit soundtrack includes music by Naza, Marcos Valle and Billie Holiday. This info article contains spoilers and song details for David M. Rosenthal’s 2022 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
No Limit stars Camille Rowe as Roxana, a traumatized woman who joins a diving team. Sofiane Zermani co-stars as Pascal, a world champion diver who develops a romance with the female protagonist. The movie follows Roxana as she puts herself in dangerous situations, both personally and professionally. Composer Atli Örvarsson (The Edge of Seventeen) scored the 110-minute Netflix film, which features eight credited tracks. Here’s every song in No Limit.
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No Limit Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie
- “Al Vaiven De Mi Carreta” by Eliades Ochoa (00:13:00): The No Limit soundtrack song plays during a restaurant scene. Pascal tells a story to friends. Tom (César Domboy) introduces Roxana to his group.
- “Bella Guajira” by Ramon a Stagnaro (00:16:00): Roxana finishes a sexual encounter with Pascal. Tom watches her as she returns to a restaurant table. Pascal’s female guest walks away in disgust.
- “P*tain De M*rde” by Naza (00:39:00): The music accompanies a club sequence. Roxana and Pascal hang out with their friends. The No Limit soundtrack song drops during a car scene.
- “Sonho de Maria” by Marcos Valle (01:14:00): Tom rides a bicycle. He stops at a bar and enters. Tom has a shot with Roxana.
- “Solitude” by Billie Holiday (01:17:00): The bar scene continues. Roxana and Tom kiss. The music plays from within the establishment.
- “Nouvelle Orleans” by Marlon Magnee, Sacha Got (01:25:00): Tom smokes a cigarette and listens to music. He hears a knock at the door. The music drops as Roxana enters and cries.
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The No Limit soundtrack also includes:
- “Loin” by Alexandre Beaupain
- “Propaganda” by Neil Case, Brian Jobson
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