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    How the Safdies Made Verité Drug Drama 'Heaven Knows What' with a Real-Life Ex-Junkie

    The Safdie brothers assembled a cast of nonprofessional actors, including brave star Arielle Holmes, off the mean streets of New York to tell this riveting story of love and addiction that opens May 29th.

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    AFI Fest: Safdies' Junkie Drama 'Heaven Knows What' Is Convincing As Hell

    The drug-taking drama set in the mean streets of Manhattan premiered at Venice and appears at AFI Fest this week.

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    How a Rikers Island Inmate Became a Star at the New York Film Festival

    The star of an acclaimed new drama is stuck behind bars. But that didn't stop him from giving us a call.

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    RADiUS Believes in NYFF Heroin Romance 'Heaven Knows What'

    RADiUS-TWC acquired the Venice Film Festival drug-taking drama ahead of its Thursday night premiere in New York. Read our review.

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    The Life Lesson of LENNY COOKE

    “I don’t think they’re evaluated and drafted because they’re ready. They’re evaluated and drafted because of their potential […] also: They’re cheap. You can buy them,” explains Mike Jarvis. At the time of the interview, Jarvis was the basketball coach of St. John’s University.

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    Chicago Screenings Of Powerful Doc ‘Lenny Cooke’ Nov.29 - Dec.5

    The Chicago premiere screenings for the documentary film Lenny Cooke, which Tambay reviewed last month, are set to take place at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago from Friday Nov. 39 until Thursday Dec. 5

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