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Despite an Academy award nominated score and a break out performance by Lesley Ann Warren the studio didn't know what to do with it and it was unceremoniously dumped into a mere handful of theaters. It's a damn shame because it's one of the most charming films about the music business ever made. This film is worth the time and trouble it will take you to see it.
A cute little film. You need to be a Nelson & Kristoffer fan to really like it.
Aos quatro minutos, o personagem do Willie Nelson jÃ¡ despachou dois casamentos e depois Ã (C) sempre a somar. Ã uma histÃ³ria de tramas e de sede de poder na indÃºstria da mÃºsica country. Nem sempre muito cativante ou especialmente organizada na narrativa. Vale essencialmente pelos excelentes momentos musicais e por todas as cenas em que o Kris Kristofferson pega numa guitarra. O final Ã (C) um pouco inacreditÃ¡vel e tonto. A quantidade de microfones visÃveis dÃ¡-lhe tambÃ (C)m alguma graÃ§a extra.
This isn't much of a movie, but the performance scenes are fun and Kristofferson is H.O.T. so why quibble?
Songwriter is a good-natured film that rolls along on the strength of attitudes and poses long ago established outside the picture by its stars, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, basically playing themselves disguised as fictional characters.