PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Music
Kathy Cash, Johnny's second oldest daughter with his first wife, Vivian, walked out of a family screening of the film five times. She felt Phoenix and Witherspoon performances were "Oscar-worthy", but that her mother, Vivian, was cast in an unfair light. Also, she did not feel there were enough scenes of Johnny interacting with his children, and that the film portrayed her father too harshly. When her half-brother, John Carter Cash (an Executive Producer of the film) was asked about her reaction, he responded that the movie was intended to tell the love story between his mother and father.
M-Mr. Cash? M-Mr. Cash?
Some of the plastic tape reels (the clear ones) in Sam's studio did not exist in that design until the late 70's/early 80's.
In the opening credits, Robert Patrick's name appears to pass through the prison bars, like his T-1000 character did in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Originally released on DVD in its theatrical incarnation. An extended cut, adding about 16 minutes worth of additional footage into the movie, was released later on. The French Blu-Ray version contains the extended cut, while the American version contains the theatrical version.
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