歌えロレッタ 愛のためにCinema Column 『Coal Miner‘s Daughter』
December 9, 2019
[Singing Loretta For Love] Published in 1981
There are many terrible movies, but after all American movies also have many masterpieces.
It is a work depicting the half-life of legendary American singer Loretta Lynn.
I love Lindaron Stadt and listen to the country as well (there are years of age), but in general there are many people who do not listen to the country, so I think there are many people who have not watched this movie.
Born as a daughter of a coal miner in Kentucky, Lin (Sissy Spasik) was married to a young man returning from the army before he was 14 years old (Tommy Lee Jones). Dou became aware of Rin’s singing power and began to sing in public, and Rin fascinated the people with his singing voice. Due to the loneliness of his wife’s inaccessibility, his husband drowns in alcohol and leaves Lin.
As a price of success, Rin wears his nerves in the days of loneliness…
I think it’s one of the movies in the early 80’s that the American movie industry is rewarding as it turns to blockbuster (commercial blockbuster).
Not to mention the singing, Sissy Spasik, who plays Lynn all the time, and Tommy Lee Jones, who plays the role of the husband who supports Lin all the time, are wonderful, but also the country style fashion that changes from 50’s to 60’s and early 70’s You can enjoy it.