Walk the Line-Extended Cut (2005)
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|With his driving freight-train chords, steel-eyed intensity and a voice as dark as the night, the legendary "Man in Black" revolutionized music - and forged his legacy as a genuine American icon. Golden Globe winners Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon star (and sing) as Johnny Cash and June Carter in this inspiring true story of one man's unwavering devotion to his sound, his message and the greatest love of his life.|
This Extended Cut of Walk the Line includes 17 extra minutes of footage not seen in the theatrical version!
"...superbly combines music and two of the year's most riveting performances... Lou Lumenick, New York Post
"...equally packed with music and frustrated love...goes from compelling to enthralling. Mike Clark, USA Today
"A big, juicy, enjoyable wide-canvas biography with a handful of indelible moments. Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"...[Witherspoon's] portrayal of June is astounding in its vitality and richness. Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
Editor's NotePrimarily the story of the love that grew between country stars Johnny Cash and June Carter during the early years of Cash's career, WALK THE LINE is the result of intense collaboration between director James Mangold, co-writer Gill Dennis, Johnny Cash, and June Carter Cash. Though both Cashes died in 2003, they oversaw the script's development for seven years. Mangold and Cash's insistence that the film's stars would actually sing paid off. Witherspoon's singing (as June) is lovely, and Phoenix's contains the raw energy and soul that defined Cash's sound. Even as a child on a cotton farm in Depression-era Arkansas, Cash shows a strong interest in music, escaping from his no-frills life and strict father (Robert Patrick) through hymns and listening to the radio. When his brother dies in a freak accident, young Johnny feels responsible, and worries that he will never live up to his brother's goodness. The film follows Cash through his first marriage with Vivian Cash (Ginnifer Goodwin) and into the early stages of his touring career alongside such musicians as Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, and most importantly, June Carter. As Cash's success grows, so does his relationship with drugs, alcohol, and Carter, putting a strain upon his family life. From his initial audition with Sam Phillips of Sun Records on through his legendary 1968 concert at Folsom Prison, Cash is transformed from a hesitant singer riddled with demons to a man whose uniquely bold style would make music history. WALK THE LINE never attempts to paint a full picture of Cash's prolific career, but instead focuses on the passions that drove his music and on the woman who gave him strength. With magical performances by Witherspoon and Phoenix, a haunting and inspiring American romance is brought beautifully to life.
Cast & Crew
|Gill Dennis - Screenplay|
|James Keach - Producer|
|James Mangold - Screenplay|
|James Mangold - Director|
|John Carter Cash - Executive Producer|
|Johnny Cash - Based On Book By|
|Michael McCusker - Editor|
|Phedon Papamichael - Cinematographer|
|T-Bone Burnett - Original Music By|
|British Academy Awards, Paul Massey, et. al., Best Sound|
|Golden Globe, Walk the Line, Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy|
|Golden Globe, Joaquin Phoenix, Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy|
|Golden Globe, Reese Witherspoon, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy|
|Oscar, Reese Witherspoon, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role|
|Oscar, Arianne Phillips, Best Achievement in Costume DesignArianne Phillips|
|Oscar, Michael McCusker, Best Achievement in Editing|
|Oscar, Paul Massey, et. al., Best Achievement in Sound|
|Oscar, Joaquin Phoenix, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role|