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  • A woman in a long white dress with a pink bow in her long hair sings into a microphone on stage, with a guitarist and a keyboard player behind her.
  • A blonde man sits on a bed and plays guitar.
  • A man and woman sing together.
  • A man rides a three-wheeled motorcyle on a highway.

Robert Altman’s

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Screenplay by Joan Tewkesbury

(1975) As the disembodied voice of the Replacement Party candidate Hal Phillip Walker echoes from his omnipresent sound truck, the fates of twenty-four characters interlock en route to a giant political rally in the country music capital. Altman’s exhilarating kaleidoscope of music, religion, and politics is “an orgy for movie lovers” (Pauline Kael). With Ronee Blakley, Lily Tomlin, Ned Beatty, Keith Carradine, Karen Black, Barbara Harris, Shelley Duvall, Geraldine Chaplin, et al. DCP. Approx. 160 min.

A Paramount Pictures Release


“The funniest epic version of America ever to reach the screen. Robert Altman’s movie is at once a Grand Hotel-style narrative, with 24 linked characters; a country-and-Western musical; a documentary essay on Nashville and American life; a meditation on the love affair between performers and audiences; and an Altman party.”
– Pauline Kael

“Brilliant and audacious… perhaps the best ensemble cast in American film.”
– David Thomson

Film Forum