The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things the Movie

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Sarah (writer/director Argento) is the worst kind of trailer trash--an alcoholic druggie who doesn't say no to any scum's sexual advances--yet social services returns her 7-year-old boy Jeremiah to her, taking him from stable foster parents. After corrupting him with her lifestyle, she dumps him on her very religious parents for three years, but just as the damage is undone, skanky Sarah returns and takes him on the road for more misery. Based on a supposed autobiographical novel by J.T. LeRoy that was later outed as a ruse created by writer Laura Albert.

Distribution

Palm Pictures, 727 N. Hudston St., Ste. 100, Chicago, IL 60610, Phone: (312)751-0020, Fax: (312)751-2483

Available on DVD
Running time 98 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Child Abuse, Strippers, True Stories, Drug Use & Abuse, Rape, Grandparents, American South, Religion
Screenplay
Asia Argento, Alessandro Magania
Cast
Asia Argento, Jimmy Bennett, Cole Sprouse, Dylan Sprouse, Peter Fonda, Ben Foster, Ornella Muti, Kip Pardue, Michael Pitt
Cinematography
Eric Alan Edwards
Director
Asia Argento
Music
Marco Castoldi, Sonic Youth
Other
Jim Mol, Max Biscoe
Producer
Chris Hanley, Alain de la Mata, Roberta Hanley, Brian Young, Palm Pictures

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