The Wingwomen soundtrack includes music by Jackson Browne, Diane Tell and Pretenders. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Mélanie Laurent’s 2023 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Wingwomen stars Adèle Exarchopoulos as Alex, a French thief who seeks revenge for the death of her bunny. Mélanie Laurent co-stars as Carole, a pregnant thief who prepares for one last job. The storyline follows the main protagonists as they attempt to steal a painting in Corsica. Archive scored the 114-minute Netflix film; Josette Music Club selected the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Wingwomen, an adaptation of Bastien Vivès, Jérôme Mulot and Florent Ruppert’s 2012 graphic novel La Grande Odalisque.
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Wingwomen Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie
- “Doctor My Eyes” by Jackson Browne (00:17:00): Carole thinks atop a rooftop. The Wingwomen soundtrack song continues during a transition scene. Alex walks through a forest with her bunny.
- “Si j’étais un homme” by Diane Tell (00:20:00): The music accompanies an interior scene. Alex jokes around with Carole. They drink wine and sing the tune.
- “Amore Addio” by Brice Davoli (00:27:00): Carole agrees to help Godmother (Isabelle Adjani) with a new job. The music continues during a transition scene. Carole and Godmother visit a restaurant.
- “Barcarolle” by Jacques Offenbach (00:31:00): Alex talks to Carole and Abner (Philippe Katerine) about her driving skills. The Wingwomen soundtrack song scores a flashback sequence. Alex crashes a black vehicle.
- “Girl from Ipanema” by Astrud Gilberto (00:37:00): Alex and Carole meet with Sam (Manon Bresch). The music continues during a transition scene. Alex smokes a cigarette on a boat.
- “Madamicella” by Jean Michael Panunzio, Patrice Bernardini (00:39:00): An exterior scene begins. Clarence (Félix Moati) drives a red vehicle in Corsica. Alex inquires about his whereabouts.
- “Concerto por une voix” by Saint-Preux (00:47:00): Alex vows to make Sam “suffer.” The Wingwomen soundtrack song continues during a transition scene. Alex works out with Sam.
- “Marcia Baila” by Casablanca Drivers (01:00:00): The music plays during an exterior scene. Carole talks to Sam. Alex dances while wearing a green shirt.
- “Je l’aime à mourir” by Casablanca Drivers (01:02:00): Sam talks about her late girlfriend. The music plays from a speaker system. Alex talks to Clarence about hooking up.
- “The Nutcracker Suite, Waltz of the Flowers” by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (01:04:00): Alex battles a Black assassin. The Wingwomen soundtrack song scores a fight sequence. Alex defeats the nude assassin.
- “Charlie’s Prelude” by John Kirby & His Orchestra (01:07:00): The music is featured during an exterior scene. Alex talks to Clarence on a boat. The characters kiss.
- “Poeta En El Mar” by Vicente Amigo (01:12:00): The protagonists arrive in Italy. Sam inquires about a dancing opportunity. The protagonists perform for a group of Albanian men.
- “Happy Cuica Samba” by Claude Salmieri (01:20:00): Abner talks to a woman named Rosa. The Wingwomen soundtrack song sets in as they prepare food. The tune plays again at 01:29:00.
- “Désenchantée” by Laurent Boutonnat (01:29:00): Carole talks to a museum employee. They discuss the musician Mylène Farmer. The man briefly sings.
- “I’ll Stand By You” by Pretenders (01:46:00): Alex meets Raoule for the first time. She reunites with Carole. The music scores the film’s final moments.
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The Wingwomen soundtrack also includes:
- “Bollywood Groove” by Karl Thomas Rundqvist
- “Tension maison de verre” by Alexis Place
- “Techno Fête feu d’artifice” by Alexis Place
- “Propriano (Propriano City)” by Saint-Preux
- “Love on the Moon” by Janko Nilovic, Louis Delacour
- “Serenade for Flute, Violin and Triangle” by Antonin Dvorak
- “Agnus Dei (Acapella)” by Killer Tracks
- “Ella Me Ama Tal Vez” by Abel Mariscal Torres, Israel Mariscal Torres
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