Deep In The Heart is one of those warm and fuzzy movies in which the one character who's mentally retarded is "wiser" about human relationships than everyone around him. The story concerns an elderly, documentary-making couple who visit Austin and begin filming people. I saw this two years ago and don't remember it too well. However, I do remember that it was pretty boring, and that Cranham gave a terrific performance; he deserves better. The only reason I saw it in the first place is that I live here in Austin; it did give me a bit of a thrill to see, on screen, the tower on top of the building where I was sitting watching the movie. But if you don't live in Austin or aren't a stalker of Cranham, it makes no sense to watch this movie.
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