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16 May 2009 (USA) See more »
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Heaven Help Us
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Politically incorrect Australian comedian Jim Jefferies performs. | Add synopsis »
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Jim Jefferies ... Himself

Directed by
John Moffitt 
 
Writing credits
Jim Jefferies 

Produced by
Lisa Blum .... executive producer
Benn Fleishman .... supervising producer
Jim Jefferies .... executive producer
Pat Lee .... producer (as Pat Tourk Lee)
John Moffitt .... producer
 
Film Editing by
David W. Foster 
 
Production Design by
John Yeck 
 
Makeup Department
Kim Sicurella-Barnes .... hair stylist (as Kim Sicurella)
Kim Sicurella-Barnes .... makeup artist (as Kim Sicurella)
 
Production Management
Tina Magnuson .... production manager
Risa Thomas .... production supervisor
Leslie E. Vincent .... post-production supervisor (as Leslie Vincent)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sandra Restrepo .... associate director (as Sandra Restrepo Considine)
 
Sound Department
Tony Bandelato .... sound: a2
Shawn King .... sound: a2
Bob La Masney .... post production audio (as Bob LaMasney)
Fritz Lang .... sound mixer
Josh Morton .... post production audio
Paul Sandweiss .... post production audio
Peter Taub .... sound: a2
 
Visual Effects by
Dan O'Sullivan .... graphic designer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Alan Adelman .... lighting designer
Michael Appel .... lighting director
Bob DelRusso .... camera operator (as Bob del Russo)
John Ellar .... lighting technician
Mike Grimes .... gaffer
John Kosmaczewski .... camera operator (as John 'Kosmo' Kosmaczewski)
Jay Kulick .... camera operator
Lyn Noland .... camera operator
Matty Randazzo .... video control
Jack Roche .... videotape
Carlos Ríos .... camera operator
Jimmie Scurti .... camera operator (as Jim Scurti)
 
Editorial Department
Scott Riddle .... additional editor
 
Other crew
Ramsey Alkaysi .... utility
Bob Benedetti .... head utility
Samantha Black .... audience coordinator
Coral Compagnoni .... assistant to producers
Sarah Cowperthwaite .... travel coordinator
Mike Cunningham .... utility
Tainesa Davis .... production coordinator
Anthony De Fonzo .... utility (as Anthony DeFonzo)
Tommy Gravina .... staging supervisor
John Heneghan .... utility
Kate Hipp .... production assistant
Dan McCann .... production assistant
Andrea Naier .... stage manager
Alan Reback .... production accountant
Kenn Shinaberry .... production assistant
Andrew Thao .... production assistant
Matt Traulsen .... production assistant
Keith Winikoff .... technical director
Paul Wolf .... video truck engineer
Michele Zugschwerdt .... script supervisor
 
Thanks
Lisa Blum .... special thanks
Jodie Lovell .... in loving memory of
Rebecca Lovell .... in loving memory of
Steve Smooke .... special thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


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58 min
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13 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Steer clear if you're very Christian, 26 March 2010
Author: jgrayson_au from Australia

I absolutely loved this. Jim Jefferies could be reading my mind, because I to am Australian and an atheist, and Jim pulls no punches. If you are an atheist, or if you're a Christian but don't take it literally, you can probably watch it and enjoy it. He does also pick on other religions, but Christianity wears the brunt of it.

However the religious humour dominates the first half. The second half works into a large story involving a specific sex act that I can't talk about on IMDb, but lets just say keep the kiddies elsewhere.

I should also add that, being an Australia, Jim swears like an Australian. So if you don't like swearing I'd steer clear.

As for the specific humour, the humour is "working class" and brutal, raw, in your face humour. As in, sexual abuse, physical abuse, child abuse, and so on become part of the jokes.

Defiantly not for everyone. The jokes will potentially offend and the subject matter is taboo, but if you can get past it, it's incredibly funny.

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