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Hearts of Fire (1987)

A reclusive musician, once a huge rock star, takes a young female protegee. While on a tour she meets a younger, more popular rocker and switches her loyalties.

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Cast

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Billy Parker
Fiona ...
Molly McGuire
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James Colt
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Alfred
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Anne Ashton
Susannah Hoffmann ...
Blind Woman
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Jack Rosner
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Charlie Kelso
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Woody
Ian Dury ...
Bones
Richie Havens ...
Pepper Ward
Timmy Cappello ...
Nico
Stella Duncan-Petley ...
Eliza
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Penny
Billy Block ...
Donnie
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A reclusive musician, once a huge rock star, takes a young female protegee. While on a tour she meets a younger, more popular rocker and switches her loyalties.

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Drama | Music | Romance

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November 1987 (UK)  »

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Corazones de fuego  »

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$17,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Final film directed by Richard Marquand. See more »

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Referenced in Rewind This! (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

The Nights We Spent On Earth
Written by Steve Diamond (uncredited) and Sue Sheridan (uncredited)
Performed by Fiona
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Let 'em burn

Bob Dylan once said that hearing the voice of Elvis Presley for the first time was "like bustin' out of jail." So what exactly is this thing called "Hearts of Fire"? Dylan's attempt to pay tribute to Elvis movies like "Spinout" and "Tickle Me"? This is a bad film, a very bad film. Dylan is the only interesting thing about it. It's not his performance or his songs (none of the ones he wrote for the film are memorable) that make it interesting, though. Rather it's just the fact that he agreed to be associated with it at all. Trying to figure out why he decided to take a role in this film will leave you feeling as baffled as Mr. Jones in the famous song.


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