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Guilty Hearts (2006)

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Six short stories from the heart and what made them bleed....

Directors:

George Augusto (as George Gargurevich), Savina Dellicour | 5 more credits »

Writers:

George Augusto (as George Gargurevich), Paul Black (segment) | 8 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Kathy Bates ... The Judge
Gerard Butler ... Peter (segment: Please!, 1999) (as Gerry Butler)
Julie Delpy ... Charlotte
Andrea Di Stefano ... The Ingrate
Anna Faris ... Jane Conelly
Frank Gallegos ... Francisco
Alex Hughes ... The Waiter
Eva Mendes ... Gabriella
Harriet Rogers Harriet Rogers ... Young Charlotte
Charles Rubendall Charles Rubendall ... SS Officer
Charlie Sheen ... Himself
Stellan Skarsgård ... Stangl
Shane Snipes ... SS Officer
Imelda Staunton ... Naomi
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Six short stories from the heart and what made them bleed....

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Life on the edge.....and over it.

Genres:

Drama

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Rated R for a brief sexual reference | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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Guilty Hearts See more »

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SXM, Serotonin Films See more »
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Color
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Gerard Butler appeared in a seventh short film, "Please!", which was not included in the final compilation. See more »

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Six short films, mostly about death. Not that much fun to watch. Great cast and the "Spelling Bee" one is funny. I say C-
26 June 2011 | by cosmo_tigerSee all my reviews

"You have to let yourself go sometimes." A movie that has six short films that have nothing to do with one another. This movie has a great cast, and thats about it. Of the six stories, three deal with death (mostly suicide), two are pretty boring. The one bright spot I will say is the "Spelling Bee" one. With Anna Faris and Charlie Sheen (playing himself) commenting on a spelling bee they are watching. That one was pretty funny, but overall a pretty drab and depressing experience. This will be one of my shorter ones because it's not really a reviewable movie in the fact that all the little movies are about 15 min and would take to long to talk about every little film. Unless you are big into the art house films you will not really enjoy it. This is one that is definitely not for everyone. Overall, not really that entertaining except for the "Spelling Bee" one. Not much else to say. I give it a C-.

Would I watch again? - Nope.

*Also try - Burning Palms & New York, I Love You


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