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Nashville (1975)

Nashville (1975) is a long, challenging movie, with arresting imagery, overwhelmingly believable acting (with some early roles for Shelley Duval and Jeff Goldblum), and an important point to make - but if you aren't steeped in the history of the 70s you might never really get there. 

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