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    Heaven Knows What

    Harley loves Ilya. He gives her life purpose and sets her passion ablaze. So, when he asks her to prove her love by slitting her wrists, she obliges with only mild hesitation, perhaps because of her other all-consuming love: heroin.
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  • Actors of "Heaven Knows What"

  • Directors of "Heaven Knows What"

    Ben Safdie. Director of Heaven Knows What
    Ben Safdie
    Joshua Safdie. Director of Heaven Knows What
    Joshua Safdie
    Birthdate: 3 April 1984, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Heaven Knows What"

    Joshua Safdie. Director of Heaven Knows What
    Joshua Safdie
    Birthdate: 3 April 1984, New York City, New York, USA
    Ronald Bronstein. Director of Heaven Knows What
    Ronald Bronstein
  • Critic Reviews of "Heaven Knows What"

    Chicago Sun-Times
    June 19, 2015

    Heaven Knows What feels like an authentic, sometimes painfully accurate portrait of life in New York City as experienced by the homeless, ever-hustling teenagers.

    Chicago Reader
    June 18, 2015

    Fans of the cinematic street poet Larry Clark (Kids, Bully) might go for this, though the unexpected moments of dignity and compassion that deepen his characters are in short supply here.

    Chicago Tribune
    June 18, 2015

    Holmes has a face that reveals everything and nothing. Besides being strikingly photogenic, she's a natural.

    Boston Globe
    June 11, 2015

    All this desperation and squalor reeks of authenticity.

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram/
    June 11, 2015

    A striking portrait of addiction that doesn't say anything new - drugs are bad, kids - but it leaves a lasting and chilling impression.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 11, 2015

    It's just a portrait of emptiness, but it feels a lot like the real thing.

    Cine V├ęrtigo
    January 26, 2017

    A film where the camera is always in motion without glamour and humor but, also, without horror or excessive miserabilism and that has the music of Debussy. [Full review in Spanish]

    En Filme
    January 26, 2017

    A story of addiction and survival with a very clean documentary style, with lots of seemingly out of rhythm zooms. [Full review in Spanish]

    Sunday Times (UK)
    December 17, 2016

    For an hour and a half, we watch a vacant young woman batter herself with two ruinous addictions: heroin, and her love for a despicable fellow vagrant Remarkably, though, it all becomes kind of compelling -- a testament to the film's aggressive vitality.

    Japan Times
    June 20, 2016

    Kudos to the Safdies for not sugar-coating or otherwise romanticizing the experience of being an addict, but it is a bummer to watch.

    Daily Mail (UK)
    May 01, 2016

    In its own downbeat way, it's a film with spirit and heart.

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