Hank Williams - The Show He Never Gave / Hank Williams Sr., "Sneezy" Waters (2005) Review
(More customer reviews)Iwould like to rate this movie with my own ratings. There are not enough stars in your ratings, that could give Sneezy Waters the credit he deserves,in the performance of singing the song,These Men With Broken Hearts.Iwatched this movie when it first was played on TV,and I am still watching it.There was something about the way he sang,or maybe I should say the way he talked through this song, that has left a mark on my heart,for the sad and lonely Hank Williams. Snezzy Waters must have had help from and Angel, to sing that song with such emotion, and make it all the way through it with-out breaking down crying.Everbody needs to watch this movie, if only to listen, to the words of the song Men With Broken Hearts.I ordered me another copy of it. What else could I possibly say, except get it while you still can.I would like to know who wrote the words to that song. Was it Hank Williams? God Bless Him.
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What dreams and demons paced through Hank Williams' mind that cold New Year's Eve as he lay dying on the back seat of his north- bound Cadillac? Were there glowing images of Audrey, his first wife, and of the son Hank left behind? Did his thoughts flicker to Billie Jean, his flashy new bride? And did he recall the adoring crowds and smiles as they roared at his name? Hank Williams: The Show He Never Gave brings these speculations to life. Using Williams' last ride as its dramatic context, the movie permits the hunted singer to play one final show, during which all his fears and passions--all his genius and small-mindedness--tumble out for us to see. Still, this is not a grim or preachy drama. Its dark and tragic elements are emotionally balanced by Williams' folksy charm, sly wit and classic songs.