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on 30 May 2017
I was extremely disappointed with this DVD, as a big fan of patsy cline and looking forward to watching it, I was angry when it wouldn't play in this country because it came from Mexico of all places.
Be warned people, don't buy this DVD it won't play in this country.
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on 11 August 2017
it was a gift but they are happy
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on 13 April 2017
enjoyed the movie loved how you see the story of the life and time of a country female singer
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on 15 June 2017
Dvd did not work very dissapointed
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on 30 May 2017
Brilliant movie
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on 13 July 2015
I found this film a little lacking in any atmosphere, there is for me only one true moment of magic in the whole film when " Patsy" sings Sweet dreams in The Oprey, It's a staggeringly powerful moment and took my breath away, was it worth sitting through the whole film for? YES!!!!!!! But I would have loved moooore!!!!!! There was another film made of Patsy Cline's life and all I can remember is Tommy Lee Jones played Patsy's Husband Charlie and he was out of this world, a real Jack-the-lad character, but I don't remember any details, It was a far superior film.
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on 21 January 2009
THIS IS A SUPER FILM WORTH A WATCH IF YOU LIKED WALK THE LINE OR COAL MINERS DAUGHTER THEN I AM SURE YOU WILL LOVE THIS ITS A FILM ABOUT PATSY CLINE RISE FROM POOR BEGININGS TO SUPERSTAR ONLY FOR IT TO BE CUT SHORT BY A PLANE CRASH JESSICA LANGE DOES A SUPER PERFORMANCE OF PATSY CLINE IT SHOWS OFF WHAT GREAT SONGS PASTY PERFROMED LIKE /CRAZY /WALKING AFTER MIDNIGHT/ SWEETS DREAMS/ AND MANY MORE THIS FILM ALSO STARS JOHN GOODMAN ED HARRIS P.J.SOLES [ WORTH A LOOK JUST FOR THE SONGS ALONE ] THE FILM COAL MINERS DAUGHTER ALSO FEATURES AN ACTRESS CALLED BEVERLY D,ANGELO WHO ALSO PROTRAYS PATSY [SHE DOES ALL HER OWN SINGING IN THAT FILM] THAT FILMS IS ABOUT LORETTA LYNN BOTH GREAT BIOPICS FROM A BI- GONE AGE IN COUNTRY MUSIC
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"...instead of having sweet dreams about you." Jessica Lange stars as the unforgettable Patsy Cline in this very entertaining, rags-to-riches bio pic. The story opens in the fifties, and Patsy is singing in small-time honky tonks in Virginia. There, she meets charming Charlie Dick (Ed Harris) who woos her and they soon marry. The marriage is rocky and intense, Patsy's career takes off, and her songs go national.

Patsy's original recordings are heard throughout the movie and, if you're a fan, you'll absolutely love hearing them again. Lange gives a very good performance as the spirited Patsy and was nominated for Best Actress, but for me, Ed Harris steals the show. He plays Charlie as a rough and rowdy, uncouth but lovable man and is totally charismatic. Look closely and spot a thin John Goodman in a small part.

Though the story is equal parts fact and fiction, it is very enjoyable with a fast-paced script and, most of all, Patsy's memorable songs. Highly recommended.
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This movie, featuring great performances by Jessica Lange as Patsy Cline and Ed Harris as Charley Dick, Cline's husband, chronicles the life and times of Patsy Cline, her rise to stardom, and her all too brief hold on it.
Jessica Lange gives a wonderful, believable performance as Patsy Cline. Ed Harris, as her hard drinking, womanizing, and ultimately abusive husband, plays his role to perfection. John Goodman has a small role in the film as Charley Dick's good ol' boy, meat head friend.
The movie shows how this poorly educated, young woman with a throaty and achingly rich voice went on to become one of the greatest crossover talents ever to come out of Nashville. Her flame burned brightly for several years, until it was extinguished when a plane in which she was a passenger crashed headlong into a mountain.
Her music runs throughout the entire film. If you are not a Patsy Cline fan when you first sit down to view this film, then you surely will be by the time you finish doing so. No one sang with more feeling than Patsy Cline, and she evidently lived her life the same way. This is a terrific movie and well worth watching!
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on 4 June 2007
these songs sound terrific remixed! Who better to do the remixing then Owen Bradley, who produced the original tracks. There are those who bemoan that the songs have been remixed, but the original versions are available in pristine form elsewhere. These are slight variations on the originals, and the result is a freshening up of the terrific performances. If you love Patsy Cline's music, you'll love this recording!
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