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Cast: Scott Valentine, John Pritchett, Chris Frantz, Spalding Gray, Ed Geldart, Cora Cardona, Alix Elias, Matthew Posey, Amy Buffington, Frank Smith, Jim Colegrove, Ray Coahran, Leesa Rowland, Richard Dowlearn, Ronna Cohen, Tom Denolf, Jo Harvey Allen, Tonney Watts, Brian Monroe, Andrew Barach, Randy Erwin, Meredith Zednick, Hinpheth Siharath, Freeman Beatty, L.T. Felty, Rex Taylor Smith, James Jackson, Alonzo Richard, John Goodman, Chris Douridas, Marion Henley, Connie Deaton, Tito Larriva, Ric Spiegel, Christopher Johnson, Kelly Wright, John Ingle, Keith Algier, Swoosie Kurtz, Chrissy Miller, Vangie Barefoot, Ken Chambers, Phyllis Wallace, Richard Rowland, Michael Pendland, Jessica Pendland, William McDaniel, Kenan Crinion, David Averett, Caroline DeWolf, Tina Weymouth, Huey P. Meaux, Pops Staples, Jerry Harrison, Stephen Seybold, David Byrne, Vernon Watts, Angus G. Wynne III, Cynthia Gould, Capucine DeWulf, Art Barrington, Louis Black, Linda McCauley, Liz Moore, Eric Thorngren, Tony Reynolds, Bale Allen, Kevin Box, Annie McEnroe, Daniel Marder, Jason Liebrecht, Gregory Gunter, Evelyn Box (Show Less)
True Stories is a 1986 American film that spans the genres of musical, art, and comedy, directed by and starring David Byrne of the band Talking Heads. It co-stars John Goodman, Swoosie Kurtz, and Spalding Gray. Byrne has described the film as, "A project with songs based on true stories from... ... Show More
True Stories is a 1986 American film that spans the genres of musical, art, and comedy, directed by and starring David Byrne of the band Talking Heads. It co-stars John Goodman, Swoosie Kurtz, and Spalding Gray. Byrne has described the film as, "A project with songs based on true stories from tabloid newspapers. It's like 60 Minutes on acid." True Stories was released by Warner Bros. in the United States, Canada, Italy, and Sweden in 1986, with limited release elsewhere the following year. Byrne was given much creative control over the motion picture's direction, largely due to the mainstream success of Talking Heads' 1984 concert film, Stop Making Sense. The majority of the film's music is supplied by Talking Heads. A soundtrack album, titled Sounds From True Stories, featured songs by Byrne, Talking Heads, and Terry Allen & The Panhandle Mystery Band, among others. Around the same time, Talking Heads released an album, titled True Stories, which included the band's versions of songs featured in the film. Show Less
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