Heartland (film)
Heartland is a 1979 American film, directed by Richard Pearce, starring Rip Torn and Conchata Ferrell. The film is a stark depiction of early homestead life in the American West. It is based on a memoir by Elinore Pruitt Stewart, titled Letters of a Woman Homesteader (1914). Set in southwestern Wyoming, where Stewart homesteaded, the movie was filmed in central Montana. The soundtrack features New Orleans clarinetist George Lewis playing the hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."
Heartland (film)
Heartland is a 1979 American film, directed by Richard Pearce, starring Rip Torn and Conchata Ferrell. The film is a stark depiction of early homestead life in the American West. It is based on a memoir by Elinore Pruitt Stewart, titled Letters of a Woman Homesteader (1914). Set in southwestern Wyoming, where Stewart homesteaded, the movie was filmed in central Montana. The soundtrack features New Orleans clarinetist George Lewis playing the hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."