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David Arkin, Barbara Baxley, Ned Beatty, Karen Black View All


Robert Altman (Director), Joan Tewkesbury (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jun. 11th, 1975
Runtime: 2 hours, 40 minutes
The intersecting stories of twenty-four characters—from country star to wannabe to reporter to waitress— connect to the music business in Nashville, Tennessee.
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I love how Altman's films focus on character stories, rather than classic plots and this is very much the case in Nashville.
Though the convoluted combinations of characters and narratives does mean that the film can get a little hard to follow (to the point where I'm sure I'll need another viewing or two to truly soak it all in), the fact that it's intriguing enough to warrant extra viewings is definitely one of many poi....
Keith Carradine plays a boozing womanizing singer who finds himself at the apex of a romantic quadrangle that provides one of the most entertaining scenes in the film where Carradine is onstage singing a song in a club and has four different women in the audience thinking he is singing especially to....