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The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things



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0.5 out of 10 Awful
Niamh from Cork, 17 Jan 2013
I only got about 30 minutes into this grim, charmless tale of a woman who gets her 8 year old back from his foster parents and takes him on a road trip. Hated it.
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The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things is based on JT Leroy's critically acclaimed novel of the same name. Jeremiah is a young child who is pulled from his foster home and thrown into a life on the streets with his teenage mother, Sarah. The two travel through the country roads of the U.S. and learn first-hand about the troubles of the world. Featuring music from Sonic Youth and direction from Asia Argento (the daughter of Giallo horror veteran, Dario), The Heart...

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