Hard Country (Blu-ray)
Directed by David Greene
A Scorpion Releasing Release - Academy Award winner Kim Basinger (9 1/2 Weeks, Batman, L.A Confidential) stars as Jodie, a small-town girl with big-city dreams. Devoted to her boyfriend Kyle (Jan-Michael Vincent, Defiance, Vigilante Force, The Return), a factory worker whose favorite pastimes are guzzling beer and playing pranks, Jodie feels the electric pull of exciting places beyond their community. When Jodie’s friend Caroline (country music star Tanya Tucker) returns for a triumphant visit after hitting it big in Hollywood, Jodie’s desire for a new life grows stronger than ever. But will Jodie have to leave Kyle to fulfill her dreams? Co-starring Daryl Hannah (Blade Runner), Michael Parks (Then Came Bronson), Ted Neeley (Jesus Christ, Superstar), Gailard Sartain (Mississippi Burning), and directed by David Greene (Green Ice) and a sparkling country-music soundtrack from Michael Murphey (Wildflower), Hard Country will take you on an unforgettable journey.
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