Whose cheatin' Heart? - Page 2

A fable of our era leaps - or hobbles - from page to screen
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The message that child abuse isn't necessarily interesting or meaningful is probably a valuable one, but as a concept it can't carry the film any more than the brief cameos by Peter Fonda as the evil fundamentalist grandpa, Marilyn Manson as one of Sarah's polymorphously perverse boyfriends, or the surprise appearance of the convicted shoplifter movie star who once claimed the earliest JT sighting ever

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