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Dusty gets tired of all the smoke and light effects, wonders what happened to doing it the way that made him famous and happy. Takes a walk to find what seems to be missing and finds himself and his music again!
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John G. Avildsen
This film chronicles the life of Lane Frost, 1987 PRCA Bull Riding World Champion, his marriage and his friendships with Tuff Hedeman (three-time World Champion) and Cody Lambert. Written by
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Stephen Baldwin, who portrays Tuff Hedeman, quietly donated his earnings from the movie to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund. JCCF provides financial assistance to cowboys injured during rodeos. See more »
When the bull blows and Tuff is bucked off, his face is shown covered in mud. The mud disappears and reappears. See more »
They say it's not when you get hurt bull ridin', it's how bad.
Naa, the bulls don't want nuthin' to do with ya. They just wanna buck you off and get on with there business. A'sides... people'll heard you a lot sooner.
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8 Seconds is probably my favorite film. It's not the best film on Earth, mind you; but it's the one I like watching the most. Luke Perry does a great job of portraying Lane Frost. It's a definite must-see for people who like films about love and friendship. The love story between Lane and Kelly shows all their ups and downs, through all of Lane's successes and failures (which happen in conjunction with the ups and downs in their personal lives). Then there is the friendship between Lane and Tuff Hedeman (Stephen Baldwin), which shows through even when Tuff is being hard on him. The film manages to avoid a lot of sentimentality and cliche film making. Worth your while to check it out.
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