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Thunderheart, Movie, 1992 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Corazón trueno (Spain)
  • Coeur de tonnerre (France)
  • Cuore di tuono (Italy)

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antp BE

2006-11-23 12:14

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Snookie wrote Brown Impala F41 chased through Indian Reservation by Diplomats, Volares, various pickups, and LeBarons

ahight US

2009-01-21 02:42

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[Image: chaseyq0.2856.jpg] [Image: chase2ju0.7995.jpg]

Raul1983 FI

2009-01-21 21:20

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I like the chase in the end. Overall a very good film.

Red Grant US

2009-01-23 01:03

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Wait isn't this movie set in the 70's? What's with the 81 Impala?

Kooshmeister US

2009-01-23 23:32

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Red Grant wrote Wait isn't this movie set in the 70's?


Not that I'm aware of.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-01-23 23:36

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According to Roger Ebert's review, it's based on "actual events in the Dakota reservations in the early 1970s when a militant group named American Indian Movement defied the FBI".
Link to "rogerebert.suntimes.com"

ford_guy US

2009-01-23 23:43

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Was it ever made specific when this movie was set? As GH said, it was based on events that occured in the 1970's. But this being a fictionalized version of that event, it could have taken place during any period of time. I think that's a common misconception about this movie; it's often times described as having been set in the 70's, when I don't think there was ever really a good clue in the movie alluding to this. It's been a while since I've seen this movie...

Snookie US

2010-03-30 00:29

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Found this on IMDb:

"The events upon which the story is based happened in June 1975. There is a portrait of Richard Nixon in the FBI director's office. Nixon resigned in August 1974. Gerald Ford's picture should have been there. Also, as Val Kilmer is driving in the opening sequence, "Badlands" by Bruce Springsteen is playing on the car radio. The album containing this song was released in June 1978. The car driven by Kilmer in the opening scene is a Ford Mustang convertible which wasn't released until 1983. Many of the Federal Sedans, most notably the 1981-1985 Chevrolet and the 1980's Chrysler M Body are also anachronistic to this setting."

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