The Virgin Suicides has two soundtracks. One is stacked with old-school bangers to compliment its 1970s setting, and it's dope, but the real gem lies within French electro duo Air's musical interpretation of the film's emotive themes. Even at a super-short 40-minute run time, the lush, ambient landscapes these guys create with their synths leaves just as much of a lasting impression as Kirsten Dunst offing herself via carbon monoxide. Oops! Spoiler alert!