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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

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Billy Parker
... Molly McGuire
... James Colt
... Alfred
... Anne Ashton
Susannah Hoffmann ... Blind Woman
... Jack Rosner
... Charlie Kelso
... Woody
Ian Dury ... Bones
Richie Havens ... Pepper Ward
Timmy Cappello ... Nico
Stella Duncan-Petley ... Eliza
... 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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November 1987 (UK)  »

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Corazones de fuego  »

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$17,000,000 (estimated)
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Bob Dylan (in the role of Billy Parker) says "Yeah, I guess I've always known I was never one of them rock 'n' roll singers that was gonna win any Nobel prize...". In 2016 Dylan was awarded the Nobel prize in Literature. See more »

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Referenced in Rewind This! (2013) See more »

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Let the Good Times Roll
Written by John Dexter (uncredited) and Paul Hackman (uncredited)
Performed by Fiona
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It's a trap - the bigger the star, the bigger the trap
21 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

Hmmm. A "Bob Dylan movie" I'd never heard of before and thought to myself Oh no, not again. Surely it couldn't be worse than, say, Masked and Anonymous, or the saga of Renaldo and Clara? So I started to read some reviews and was surprised at how bad it's supposed to be. In the end, I was reticent to even watch it. Well I did just watch it and for me, I enjoyed it thoroughly.

It's definitely not a cinematic masterpiece by any stretch. The draw card for me was seeing Dylan in an old movie. Wasn't expecting much, (expecting to fall asleep).

It's difficult to say if a viewer has no interest in Dylan, (or Fiona), what the reaction would be. This movie is nearly 30 years old. Dylan is usually no great actor in films. Here he seems to be "acting" as himself, (whoever he is), with some iconic lines.

It's definitely a much better movie than many critics portray it as. Better than a lot of the new crap I've suffered through.


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