Nashville

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Released 1975

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Director:
Robert Altman (I)
Released:
1975
Rating:
R
Nashville is an American musical black comedy film directed and produced by Robert Altman. It is considered as the best movie of Altman's collection, which satirically combines politics and country music into one unforgettable masterpiece. Apart from the Oscar, this movie has also won 20 other awards in addition to having 23 nominations. This is the story, which combines many other stories of various people involved in music business in Nashville. Although this movie has 24 main characters, the main storylines are: the fate of nearly collapsing queen of Nashville Barbara Jane (Ronee Blakley), the unstable marriage of Linnea and Delbert Reese (Lily Tomlin and Ned Beatty) with two deaf children and the life of egocentric, fame seeker BBC radio reporter Opal (Geraldine Chaplin). All these stories come to a dramatic culmination. This movie, which was released on United States of America's Bicentennial birthday, shows the true side of its society and people. Watching this musical comedy is truly a good way to spend your free time.moreless

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  • 100

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    After I saw it I felt more alive, I felt I understood more about people, I felt somehow wiser. It's that good a movie.

  • 100

    Chicago Tribune Michael Wilmington

    Altman's great kaleidoscopic ensemble comedy-drama about a frenzied few days in country music's capital, with an unlikely, quirky, explosive crowd of musicians, hangers-on and poli...

  • 90

    The Hollywood Reporter

    More than in any previous Altman movie, we are made to feel the pathos and vulnerability of those impoverished souls he draws so well.

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Arts, Drama, Music

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Politics, Classics