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Grace of My Heart (1996) Poster

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The role of the female bubble gum singer who was in the closet was inspired by Lesley Gore who actually helped compose some of the music in the movie.
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According to director Allison Anders (on her commentary sound track for the DVD) it was a first for a movie to show a woman's waters breaking (in the recording studio scene - however such an event had already been depicted as early as Cinderella Liberty (1973)) as well as having her sweater getting wet because it was time to breastfeed her baby. Allison Anders had also asked for "child care" to be listed in the end credits.
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Most of the '60s-style hair-dos in this movie were wigs. However, the Lesley Gore inspired character Kelly Porter's incredibly styled hair was in fact actor Bridget Fonda's own hair.
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The soundtrack song "God Give Me Strength" was composed by Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello under curious circumstances. Since both men were on opposites sides of the Atlantic (US & UK), the song evolved over the course of several long-distance calls and alternate exchanges of recorded snippets left on answering machines.
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Boyd Rice played a character loosely based on Lee Hazlewood, but the character was cut from the final edit of the film.
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