Heartbreakers (1984 film)
|Directed by||Bobby Roth|
|Music by||Tangerine Dream|
|Distributed by||Orion Pictures|
Two friends, Blue (Coyote) and Eli (Mancuso), each arrive at crossroads in their lives. Blue is a painter specializing in fetishistic portraits of women, usually selling his images to porn magazines. Eli's father wants him to take over the family's undergarment business that has been paying for Eli's playboy lifestyle in the fast paced and decedent Los Angeles of the 1980s.
Blue 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. His sexy model (Carol Wayne) has a crush on Blue, and to please him even appears willing to participate in a threesome including Eli.
An ex-flame, Syd (Kathryn Harrold), brings out the jealous worst in Blue now that she is seeing an artist rival of his (Max Gail). Blue's self-destructive behavior also puts at risk his relationship with Liliane (Carole Laure), the manager of an art gallery about to exhibit his work.
- Peter Coyote as Arthur Blue
- Nick Mancuso as Eli
- Carole Laure as Liliane
- Max Gail as King
- James Laurenson as Terry Ray
- Carol Wayne as Candy
- Jamie Rose as Libby
- Kathryn Harrold as Cyd
- George Morfogen as Max
- Jerry Hardin as Warren Williams
- Henry G. Sanders as Reuben (as Henry Sanders)
- Walter Olkewicz as Marvin
The character of Blue was loosely based on real-life artist Robert Blue.
Behind the Scenes
|Soundtrack album by Tangerine Dream|
|Tangerine Dream chronology|
|2.||"Footbridge to Heaven"||3:00|
|5.||"Rain in N.Y. City"||3:23|
|8.||"Breathing the Night Away"||2:25|
- Edgar Froese – keyboards, electronic equipment, guitar
- Christopher Franke – synthesizers, electronic equipment, electronic percussion
- Johannes Schmoelling – keyboards, electronic equipment
- Heartbreakers at the Internet Movie Database
- Heartbreakers at the TCM Movie Database
- Heartbreakers at Rotten Tomatoes
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