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Basic Info Rusty's rating: 76
Category: DramaNotable as: Coming of ageSub-Category: Film adaptation, Coming of age, DramaRuntime: 123 - 125 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: USA, American Sign LanguageDirector: Robert Ellis MillerMusic: Dave GrusinCinematography: James Wong HoweStars: Sondra Locke, Alan Arkin, Biff McGuire, Chuck McCann, Cicely Tyson, Stacy Keach, Laurinda Barrett, Jackie Marlowe, Percy Rodriguez, Peter MamakosAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Actor (Alan Arkin)
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Sondra Locke)
Award details: (details at IMDb)
Description

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter is a 1968 American film adaptation of the Carson McCullers novel of the same name. It was directed by Robert Ellis Miller. It stars Alan Arkin and introduced Sondra Locke, both earning Academy Award nominations. The film updates the novel's small-town Southern setting from the Depression era to the then-contemporary 1960s.


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