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Ring of Fire (2013)

Not Rated | | Biography, Music, Romance | TV Movie 27 May 2013
This is the story of the decades-long love affair between June Carter and her husband, Johnny Cash, a love that was stretched to the breaking point by Johnny's addiction to pills.

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June Carter Cash (as Jewel)
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A.P. Carter
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John Carter (teen) (as Austin Stack)
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June Carter (child)
Leah Peasall ...
June Carter (teen)
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John Carter (adult)
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Sara Carter
Emma Peasall ...
Helen Carter (child)
Hannah Peasall ...
Helen Carter (teen)
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Anita Carter (adult)
Julia Peasall ...
Anita Carter (child)
Sarah Peasall ...
Anita Carter (teen)
John Wesley Walters ...
John Carter (toddler)
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This is the story of the decades-long love affair between June Carter and her husband, Johnny Cash, a love that was stretched to the breaking point by Johnny's addiction to pills.

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Jewel Kilcher wore dentures over her famously crooked teeth to play June Carter Cash. See more »

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Written by Leonard Raymond Gehl, Sr.
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27 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

Jewel did an amazing job portraying the timeless beauty June Carter Cash. I don't think it's fair to compare this movie to Walk The Line or other works based on the life of the Carters/Cash Families. They were all written through different views and different people. Matt Ross did an okay job playing Johnny Cash, but the vocals were lacking in the music area from him. Jewel astounded me with not only her vocals but her appearance as well. There were quite a few spots in the movie where Ross carried himself exactly they way we were accustomed to seeing Mr. Johnny Cash. He also had some physical similarities as well. It's hard to try to mimic a man with such unique handsomeness and features.

Overall, I would totally recommend this to Carter/Cash fans and anyone else interested in a quick "behind the scenes glance" through the eyes of Mr. John Carter Cash.


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