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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.

Director:

Richard Marquand

Writers:

Joe Eszterhas (screenplay), Scott Richardson
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Dylan ... Billy Parker
Fiona ... Molly McGuire
Rupert Everett ... James Colt
Julian Glover ... Alfred
Suzanne Bertish ... Anne Ashton
Susannah Hoffmann Susannah Hoffmann ... Blind Woman
Larry Lamb ... Jack Rosner
Maury Chaykin ... Charlie Kelso
Tony Rosato ... Woody
Ian Dury ... Bones
Richie Havens Richie Havens ... Pepper Ward
Timmy Cappello ... Nico
Stella Duncan-Petley Stella Duncan-Petley ... Eliza
Lesleh Donaldson ... Penny
Billy Block 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

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

November 1987 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Corazones de fuego See more »

Filming Locations:

Canada See more »

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Budget:

$17,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

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

Let the Good Times Roll
Written by John Dexter (uncredited) and Paul Hackman (uncredited)
Performed by Fiona
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For Dylan & Fiona fans...
16 July 2002 | by renaldo and claraSee all my reviews

..if you're not a fan of either, you may not be able to stand the cheese!

Well, it seemed pretty low-budget; not many characters get introduced. Though the script didn't have much, it was still better than having stupid dialogue..

For Dylan fans, if you've seen <Don't Look Back> or even interviews with him, you already know that he likes doing things his way, and sometimes pushing people's buttons. That's why it's funny to watch him "sleepwalk" through his character, as someone said, you have a feeling you're watching "the" Bob on a set acting, and *that's* hilarious! Punching someone, trashing his hotel room, etc. I only wish there was even more romance going on between Bob and Fiona :)

Fiona's really cute and sexy, and has a great voice; she defines the 80's rock star.

Rupert Everett was just a tiny baby way back then, playing the "next generation -big $ 80's music industry" part well. It seemed like his mullet had been growing out since it was cut to look like Bono's..If it was even real..

A decent flick..watch it for Dylan, Fiona, and the wonderful music they play together. And the Zim punching Everett's character is just classic/charming!

-Heidi


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