Song credits - additional film music - songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list, but are playing in the movie.
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1. Mira Niñita – Los Jaivas
[0:01′] Opening song / Title card.
2. Eres Exquisita – Los Ramblers
[0:02′] This song comes up on the radio after the opening song plays.
3. Weiner Walzer – Marc Fortier
[0:04′] Mario goes to the post office to ask for a job as a mailman.
4. Bienvenido Amor – Palito Ortega
[0:15′] Mario rides his bike and stops at the restaurant where two girls ask him to play football with them. Beatriz is called to the bar to take the drinks and serve the customers.
5. Bolero Romántico – Erick Bolivar and Jonathan Bolivar
[0:22′] Mario goes to the bar with Pablo Neruda to impress Beatriz.
6. Venceremos – Quilapayún
[0:24′] Pablo Neruda gifts Mario some books and requests that he wishes him bad luck because he does not want to be elected. The crowd cheers for Pablo’s name on the street.
[1:21′] A member of the band gives a speech and toast for Pablo Neruda after he returns to the village.
7. Don Giovanni Aria Act 1 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
[0:25′] Mario’s boss gives him some money to spend at the bar as Mario has given it all to his father.
8. No One in the World – Joss Peach
[0:25′] Mario goes to the bar to talk to Beatriz but instead runs into Elba.
9. Pampas Bolero – Son Habana
[0:27′] Mario mends his bike and confides in his father about his desire to be a poet but his inability to write.
10. Me Gustas Cuando Callas Porque Estás Como Ausente – Pablo Neruda
[0:34′] Mario takes Beatriz on his bike and they go for a ride together. Mario and Beatriz think of one another.
11. Sunny (Aka Cielo) – Buddy Richard
[0:40′] When Mario arrives at the post office, his boss asks him to do him a favor, as he wants to bid his wife farewell.
12. Libración – Niña Tormenta and Vivianne Dietz
[0:42′] Mario goes to the church on Sunday after Clarita asks him to do so when they meet at the fish market.
13. I Want To Be Your Smile – Carlos Cabezas
[0:45′] Mario goes to the radio station and leaves a message for Beatriz, who does the same as a means of communication.
[1:32′] Second end credits song.
14. Teddy Boy Twist – Michael Rheault and Miles Foxx Hill
[0:50′] At the radio station, Clarita tells Mario that Beatriz knows he didn’t write the poem that he gave her.
[1:09′] The song repeats when Mario rides his bike and listens to the radio, then the announcer shares the news about the elections.
15. Alborodo – Valentino
[1:09′] Mario’s father listens to the news about the elections and finds out that Pablo Neruda withdrew from the race and is coming back to the island.
16. Tengo Ganas – Daniel Muñoz, Horacio Hernández, Inti González and Fernando Julio
[1:19′] A band performs at the hostel where they hold an event for Pablo Neruda. Pablo advises Mario to talk normally to Beatriz, without using metaphors.
17. Aquí Palomito Mío – Daniel Muñoz, Horacio Hernández, Inti González and Fernando Julio
[1:28′] The band performs this song and asks the new couple to dance.
[1:34′] Third end credits song.
18. Hey Mambo – Janet Scherfboume and Jan Steele
[1:29′] Pablo goes outside and smokes a cigarette while the others are still partying.
19. Mira Niñita – Niña Tormenta
[1:29′] Mario and Beatriz get married and Pablo attends their wedding.
[1:31′] First end credits song.
20. Poema 15 – Carlos Cabezas and Clara Cabezas
21. Hammond Organ 2 – Frances Trocaine
22. You Showed Me The Way – Joss Peach
23. Himno nacional de Chile – Daniel Muñoz, Horacio Hernández, Inti González and Fernando Julio
24. Me Colgaste el Teléfono – Daniel Muñoz, Horacio Hernández, Inti González and Fernando Julio
Burning Patience official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original music composed by Carlos Cabezas
Streaming on: Netflix
IMDB: Burning PatienceBurning Patience Film information
Movie Genre: Drama
Release date (wide): 7 December 2022
Runtime: 1h 30m
Production: Fabula, Netflix
Director: Rodrigo Sepúlveda
Actors: Andrew Bargsted, Amalia Kassai, Paola Giannini
View more music by: Carlos Cabezas