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Movie 8 Seconds (Luke Perry)


Movie 8 Seconds (Luke Perry)
Tue, 16. April 2019, 7:00pm
Red Bluff State Theatre - Red Bluff, CA
Visual Arts


A TRIBUTE TO LUKE PERRY & LANE FROST “8 Seconds”, the movie

April 16 @ 7:00 pm

| $10.00

Join us for “A Tribute to Luke Perry & Lane Frost” as we host a special showing the 1994 movie, 8 Seconds. This biographical drama starring the late Luke Perry as American rodeo legend, Lane Frost, focuses on the life and career as a bull riding champion whom we lost 30 years ago. Listen to local guest speakers as we remember both significant men.

“8 SECONDS”     Rated PG-13

While growing up in Oklahoma, young Lane Frost (Cameron Finley) learns the tricks of the bull riding trade at the hand of his father, Clyde (James Rebhorn), an accomplished rodeo bronco rider himself. As he enters his teenage and early adult years, Lane (Luke Perry) travels the western rodeo circuit with his best friends Tuff Hedeman (Stephen Baldwin) and Cody Lambert (Red Mitchell). He meets and falls in love with a young barrel racer, Kellie Kyle, and they eventually marry in 1984.

As Lane’s legend and fame increase, so does the amount of pressure he puts on himself, to be what everyone wants him to be, and he wants to show that he is as good as they say he is. His ascent to the world championship is marred by a cheating incident, questions about Kellie’s devotion, and a near broken neck. The film also follows him through the true life series between himself and Red Rock, a bull that no cowboy had ever been able to stay on for 8 seconds. It cuts the series down to three rides. In 1989, he is the second-to-last rider at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. While riding on the bull known as “Takin’ Care Of Business”, he dismounts after his 8-second ride but the bull turns back and hits him in the side with his horn, breaking some ribs and severing a main artery. As a result of excessive internal bleeding, he dies on the arena floor before he can be transported to the hospital.

The final scene shows Hedeman later that same year at the National Finals Rodeo riding for the world championship. After the 8 second bell sounds, he continues to ride and stays on an additional 8 seconds as a tribute to his fallen best friend.


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