Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken (1991)
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Based on a true story, Disney's family film Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken follows the adventures of a 1920s teenager named Sonora Webster (Gabrielle Anwar), who runs away from her foster home to join a carnival. At the carnival, she gets a job as a stunt rider who leaps with her horse into a tank of water 40 feet below. Along the way, she has plenty of adventures, eventually falling in love with the son of one of the show's cowboys.
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This movie is okay. I guess I like it when she goes blind, and when cliff roberton tells her she needs bigger boobs.More
Gabrielle Anwar was 21 years old when she played Sonora. I thought she was maybe 14, no more than 16 except when she got her hair done and put on make-up I thought, "DANG! She looks 21." But then when the love scenes played out I became increasingly disgusted because she kept kissing a guy who looked like he was 30. Indeed, Michael Schoeffling was 31 in this movie. The huge age difference was very distracting to the story line. I couldn't tell if she was supposed to have grown older from the school days or if the love story was happening over a longer period. Other than that, this film was inspiring and fun to watch, even if Sonora was a bit of a spoiled brat. I still liked her for her fire and spirit. She was also very beautiful!More
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