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Heartbreakers
Directed by:
Bobby Roth

Directed by Bobby Roth, "Heartbreakers" (also known as "Storia a Los Angeles, Una", "Herzensbrecher, Die") is a Drama film, released on September 28 of 1984 in the USA , starring Peter Coyote, Nick Mancuso, Carole Laure, Max Gail, James Laurenson and Carol Wayne.

Who is the director of "Heartbreakers":

Heartbreakers was directed by Bobby Roth, a director, writer, and producer.

Before Heartbreakers, Bobby Roth had directed Circle of Power, released in 1983. Since, he directed Berkeley, released in 2005.

What was the release date of "Heartbreakers":

Heartbreakers was first released in the United States on Friday, September 28, 1984. Other films released on Friday, September 28, 1984 are Country (dir. Richard Pearce), Impulse (dir. Graham Baker), and Irreconcilable Differences (dir. Charles Shyer). This was thirty-five (35) years ago.

It has been released on Wednesday, March 12, 1986 in France and on February, 1985 in Germany.

What is the casting of "Heartbreakers":

At the casting of Heartbreakers we find Peter Coyote, previously seen in Cross Creek (1983) and Endangered Species (1982); Nick Mancuso (Tell Me That You Love Me (1983), Maria Chapdelaine (1983)); Carole Laure (Maria Chapdelaine (1983), Victory (1981)) [ more... ]

  • Peter Coyote and Michelle Davison have both also be seen in Endangered Species, released in 1982.
  • Terry Wills and Jerry Hardin also appeared together in Mass Appeal, released in 1984.
  • Terry Wills and Peter Coyote also worked together in Jagged Edge, released in 1985.

What is the Storyline of "Heartbreakers":

The film concerns two friends, Blue (Coyote) and Eli (Mancuso) as they concurrently arrive at crossroads in their lives. Blue is a painter specializing in fetishistic portraits of women, usually selling his images to porn magazines. As the story begins, he is given an opportunity to have his work featured in gallery showing as legitimate art if he can create enough new pieces to fill out a show. The character was loosely based on real-life artist Robert Blue.

Eli has come to his own milestone, as his [...]

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