Synopsis by Maggie Sadler
In 1951, seventeen-year-old Vivian Liberto met a young Air Force Officer, Johnny Cash, at a roller-skating rink. Never-before-seen archival footage, photographs, and candid interviews tell the story of Vivian and Cash's courtship and marriage, as well as their lives with their four daughters as Cash rose through the music charts. Details from Vivian's memoir reveal the depths of her feelings as Cash's first love. Directed by Matt Riddlehoover, featuring interviews with the cast of the Johnny Cash biopic Reese Witherspoon, Joaquin Phoenix, and Ginnifer Goodwin, who played Vivian in the film.
fear, isolation, mother, musician, wife