Sweet Dreams is a 1985 American biographical film which tells the story of country music singer Patsy Cline.
Patsy Cline (Jessica Lange) is unhappily married and playing small-time gigs in the tri-state area consisting of Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland when she meets Charlie Dick (Ed Harris), whose charm and aggressive self-confidence catch her attention. Patsy is married but is planning to divorce. After her divorce, Patsy and Charlie marry, and she is free to pursue music, and, later, focus on raising their children. After Charlie gets drafted into the U.S. Army, Patsy focuses on singing more, and after joining forces with manager Randy Hughes, Patsy becomes a rising star on the country music scene.
|keywords||1963 camden pa-24 crash country music draft married maryland music scene plan plane crash rising star sing u.s. army united states army virginia west virginia|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Actress|
|productionCompany||HBO Films Silver Screen Partners|
|theme||biographical biographical drama musical musical drama|