Changing Hearts

Changing Hearts

Director: Martin Guigui Cast: Lauren Holly, Faye Dunaway, Ian Somerhalder

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A shared affliction -- namely, breast cancer -- forges an unlikely friendship between two Southern women, ebullient young Amber Collins (Lauren Holly) and crabby, reclusive oldster Betty Miller (Faye Dunaway). As they join forces to battle and cope with their disease, Amber and Betty also end up helping one another with their respective romantic entanglements. Tom Skerritt is cast as Betty's faithless former flame, Johnny Pinkley (now the self-styled Lothario of a nursing home), while Ian Somerhalder plays Amber's troubled -- and much younger -- amour Jason Kelly. Daniel Wright adapted the script of this independently produced movie from his own award-winning play Colored Eggs (the film's working title), retaining the original's sizeable supporting cast of lovable eccentrics. Decked out with musical highlights by Rita Coolidge, Earl and Randy Scruggs, Jan Howard, and Jeannie Seely, Changing Hearts was given scattered theatrical release in 2002 before it was picked up for TV play by the Lifetime cable network.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/25/2003
UPC: 0071083564963
Original Release: 2002
Rating: PG-13
Source: Peter Pan
Region Code: 0
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:33:00

Special Features

Trailer; Behind the scenes; Web link; Deleted scenes

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Titles [5:24]
2. Oatmeal [4:27]
3. Everyone Deserves Chocolate [9:04]
4. Johnny Pinkley [3:35]
5. She's a Patient? [5:06]
6. It's Always Worth the Effort [5:15]
7. The Peruvian Easter Rumba [3:38]
8. Amber's Cut-'n'-Curl [3:53]
9. The Pageant Rehearsal [3:41]
10. Smoke and Mirrors [4:21]
11. How Long? [7:05]
12. Stitch and Share [4:16]
13. Ungrateful Old Woman [5:28]
14. The Twins [4:04]
15. Goodbye [5:19]
16. A Certain Clarity [3:29]
17. Viagra Falls [2:05]
18. The Wedding [1:46]
19. Colored Eggs [7:06]
20. Credits [4:06]

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