An account of the tumultuous life of obscure but influential Texas country singer Blaze Foley.
(U.S., 2018) Directed by Ethan Hawke, 129 min., rated R
In an account of the tumultuous life of obscure but influential Texas country singer Blaze Foley, real-life musician Ben Dickey plays the title role for director/co-screenwriter Ethan Hawke. Sam Rockwell, Steve Zahn, and Kris Kristofferson round out this film about an enigmatic talent lost to us too soon.
FOMA Members $4.00; FIA Members $5.00; Gen. Admission $6.00
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