The Inheritance Soundtrack: The Inheritance (also known as The Last Will and Testament of Charles Abernathy) is a 2022 American horror-thriller film that tells the story of four estranged siblings who set out to claim an inheritance from their dying billionaire father who returns home, but discovers that he has a sinister plan for them.
The film is written by Chris Lamont and Joe Russo, directed by Alejandro Bruges, produced by Paul Schiff Productions, and distributed by Netflix. The film stars Rachel Nichols as Teresa, Bob Gunton as Charles Abernathy, Austin Stowell as Drew, Briana Middleton as Reese, David Walton as George, Reese Alexander as Lance, and Peyton as Sophia.
The film is based on the lives of four women who become widows after their husbands die in a mysterious accident in their luxurious gated community. As they try to deal with their loss and grief, they also discover the secrets and lies their husbands have kept from them, and the consequences that follow. The film explores themes of social hierarchy, corruption, violence, and justice in Mexico in the early 2000s.
The trailer of the film can be seen here: The official synopsis of the film is:
Teresa finds her husband and his two best friends dead in the lavish community where they live. As the truth comes to light, so will deeper secrets
The Inheritance Soundtrack (Music)
The soundtrack of The Inheritance has not yet been officially released or credited, but some fans have speculated that it may include songs from various genres and artists such as rock, pop, rap, and folk. Some possible songs that could be used in the film are:
- Who Can It Be Now? (Acoustic Version) by Colin Hay: This is a remake of the 1981 hit by Men at Work, which was also sung by Hay. The acoustic version has a more mellow and soothing tone, which might suit the mood of the mystery movie.
- La Llorona by Chavela Vargas: This is a traditional Mexican folk song that tells the story of a woman who drowned her children and then herself, and now wanders as a ghost crying for them. The song might be used to represent the grief and guilt of the widows.
- Molotov by Molotov: It is a Mexican rap rock band known for its political and social commentary. The band can be used to reflect the theme of corruption and violence in Mexico.
- Cielito Lindo by Ana Gabriel: It is a popular Mexican song often sung as a symbol of national pride and unity. This song can be used to show the difference between the rich and the poor in Mexico.