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The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things
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(2004)

The dysfunctional twenty-three years old Sarah takes her six year old natural son Jeremiah from the home of his beloved foster parents with the support of the social service to live with her. Along the years, the boy shares her insane and lowlife style and is introduced to booze and drugs and mentally, physically and sexually abused by Sarah, her lovers and her religiously fanatic family.

Runtime:
1:38
Released:
May 15, 2004

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Cast

Nrqd6ibxsl2k7guk9oyggc00ipn Asia Argento Sarah
Jimmy Bennett Young Jeremiah
Ws5huigmxfwldk5pksuiwylxv92 Jimmy Bennett Young Jeremiah
Kara Kemp Social Worker #1
3cuxv5ry8rycnnajpbsi8tircvv Ornella Muti Grandmother
G4gko6qnqnrsftqojav1xtysymh Winona Ryder Psychologist
Gcnvjkhcyqh2mc9exngtoj3t4ao Peter Fonda Grandfather
Cjiswwlqgyi175cbqbpkvhid7xy Dylan Sprouse Older Jeremiah
Ecr3jwrg0nsexzq4l7a4y73coul Cole Sprouse Older Jeremiah
L6cxiofcjf65298teejd5mcnpdo Jeremy Renner Emerson
Dqfh0hp0eumo9pbtzyea6hixrzz Kip Pardue Luther
9qbvauxt5t0cdxlojzjgodkwrqb Ben Foster Fleshy Boy
Vcen9d33fmqpre4s0fux8ysxpgn Matt Schulze Kenny
Wejqglx0cfuxic4e8vtudfqzsqq Jeremy Sisto Chester
Ebmhndrzgygitsccpckccxykf0k Michael Pitt Buddy
Brent Almond Cop #1
David Dwyer Cop #2
David Brian Alley Doctor (as David Alley)

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Art

Max Biscoe Production Design

Anuradha Mehta Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up

Mel Ottenberg Costume Design

Crew

Eric Alan Edwards Cinematography

Directing

Asia Argento Director

Editing

Jim Mol Editor

Production

Shannon Makhanian Casting

Sound

Kim Gordon Music

Billy Corgan Music

Marco Castoldi Music

Writing

Laura Albert Story

Alessandro Magania Writer