The Syracuse International Film Festival hosts this 35mm showing of a truly cultish 1982 romantic diversion that few moviegoers have ever seen. The love story is so slight that some will find it more interesting to note the behind-the-scenes drama that accompanied its making, such as director Francis Ford Coppola constructing lavish Las Vegas backdrops inside Hollywood soundstages, an eclectic cast that includes Raul Julia, Nastassja Kinski, Harry Dean Stanton, Teri Garr and others, and a batch of moody songs from Tom Waits and Crystal Gayle. It all spelled box-office train wreck in 1982 (for many years Coppola was a director-for-hire so he could pay off his $25 million debt) but now perhaps 21st-century moviegoers will look upon it with more kindness. One from the Heart screens Sunday, Feb. 13, 4 p.m., at Eastwood’s Palace Theatre, 2384 James St. Admission is $10, although patrons can enjoy the movie and a champagne reception for $20. For details, call 443-8826.