First, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson star in "Songwriter" (1984), the bittersweet drama of two country musicians dealing with professional and personal problems, including a love affair with the same woman. Melinda Dillon, Rip Torn co-star; Alan Rudolph directs. Next, John Mellencamp directed and stars in "Falling from Grace" (1992), about a singer who decides to change his life during a visit to his Indiana hometown. With Mariel Hemingway, Claude Akins; written by Larry McMurtry. Then, Sam Shepard is Howard Spence, a fallen western movie icon caught up in drugs and alcohol, in "Don't Come Knocking" (2005). Seeking out his grown son from an old girlfriend, Howard soon realizes he's being tracked by a young woman who is his daughter by a different relationship. Wim Wenders' affecting film co-stars Tim Roth, Jessica Lange. Finally, after nearly 40 years on the road, aging musician E.F. Bloodworth (Kristofferson) returns to his Tennessee home and the wife and three sons he abandoned decades earlier. Song-filled character study "Bloodworth" (2010) co-stars Reece Thompson, Frances Conroy, and Val Kilmer. 7 hrs. total on two discs. Soundtrack: English.