JESUS HENRY CHRIST SOUNDTRACK

Jesus Henry Christ Soundtrack
Songs from the movie Jesus Henry Christ:

“Stars Like You” – Troy MacCubbin
“I Want To Be Where You Are” – The Freddy Green Orchestra ft Jan Eisen
“Black Fur” – Fredrik
“Brutal Hearts” – Bedouin Soundclash ft Coeur de pirate
“Le Pyromane” – Karkwa
“What’s In It For?” – Avi Buffalo
“Home” – Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
“The Jolly Colliope” – David Das
“Action Newscast” – David Das
“Tristeza” – Jean Ayoub & Loic Gayot
“Waltz #2 in A flat, Op. 34/1 Waltz Brillante” – George Lepauw (piano)
“Piano Sonata No. 18 in D – Adagio” – George Lepauw (piano)
“Lyric Pieces, Book 08, Op. 65 Wedding” – George Lepauw (piano)

A 10-year-old genius embarks on a search for his real father, and gets more than a few unexpected surprises along the way in the quirky sophomore feature from Fireflies in the Garden writer/director Dennis Lee. Henry James Hermin (Jason Spevack) began speaking in full sentences before he was a year old. And before he’s even reached his teens, he’s already in college. But the older Henry gets, the more he begins to wonder why he doesn’t have a father. The son of a left-wing feminist named Patricia (Toni Collette), Henry is investigating his origins when he’s kicked out of school for penning a controversial essay, and his grandfather Stan (Frank Moore) makes a shocking revelation: Henry is a test-tube baby. Upon learning that he has a half-sister named Audrey (Samantha Weinstein), and that she was conceived so that her father Dr. Slavkin O’Hara (Michael Sheen) could pen a best-seller titled “Born Gay or Made That Way?” the precocious boy decides to seek out his long-lost sibling. Later, as Henry and Audrey attempt to map out their family tree, the twisted roots make tracing their origins a formidable challenge, and a new kind of family begins to emerge. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Cast: Toni Collette, Michael Sheen, Jason Spevack, Samantha Weinstein, Frank Moore

JESUS HENRY CHRIST SOUNDTRACK

JESUS HENRY CHRIST SOUNDTRACK

One comment

  1. I was wondering first of all what was the song played near the beginning of the move when henry starts to talk about his mom in his notebook, and 2 why is that song so impossible to find? It’s amazing and should have its proper recognition. If anyone at all could tell me the name of the song that would be great since it doesn’t seem to be anyone of these ones (3 of them are impossible to find)

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