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Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken [DVD]
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Disney family drama recounting the true story of Sonora Webster, a runaway orphan who picks up some work with a travelling stunt show. She works hard and dreams of becoming a 'diving girl'. When she asks her boss Doc Carver to help her fulfill her dream he declines because of her age and lack of experience. But Sonora is a feisty girl with a lot of determination and Doc eventually agrees to give her a go. Just as Sonora is teetering on the brink of the success she has worked for and dreamed of, fate steps in with other ideas...
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Another feel good movie from the Disney stables, may not be among its best, but definietly worth watching with the family.
By the way, the real life Sonora died in 2003 at age 99.
This is film is based on a true story.
It’s 1932, and a recently orphaned Sonora (Gabrielle Anwar) is now living with her aunt in Georgia. She’s a trouble maker, and when her aunt has had enough, she decides to have the state take care of her.
So Sonora runs away and joins a traveling circus act. While she answers and ad to be "Doctor" Carver's (Cliff Robertson) new diving girl, she instead becomes a stable hand. But she works with Doc's son Al (Michael Schoeffling) to break a wild horse and prove she can be the new diving girl, much to the dismay of egotistical Marie (Kathleen York), the current diving girl. But what will happen when tragedy strikes?
This movie is based on a true story, which probably means they kept the names and one or two details the same. Still, it is an inspiring story of a young woman who does not let obstacles stand in her way. In fact, it’s easy to root for her to get a happy ever after ending.
Despite the G rating, there are some more serious moments to the film. They are handled tastefully and artfully, so they shouldn’t be too upsetting to young kids.
The film is predictable, especially if you know the big twist to the story that happens about an hour into the film. And no, I haven’t given it away above, but most of the promotion for the movie at the time did. And, as others have pointed out, it is on the overly sweet and sentimental side of things. Again, this is Disney in the early 90’s. What were you expecting?Read more ›
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Another memory of a film I watched with my kids. Now grown up, my daughter wanted to see it again and it was worth itPublished on 2 Jun. 2014 by mrs elizabeth sinclair