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    Natalie Portman is back in ' Hesher' directed by Spencer Susser, follows a young man - T.J who has a lot of tragedies in his life. T.J is an orphan when his mother died in a car accident and lives with his grand mother. One day, he meets up with Hesher who involves him in the crime. Then, his grandmom has to assemble family to help him thrive.
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  • Actors of "Hesher"

  • Characters of "Hesher"

    Hesher. Character of Hesher
    T.J.. Character of Hesher
    Played by: Devin Brochu
    Nicole. Character of Hesher
    Dustin. Character of Hesher
    Played by: Brendan Hill
  • Directors of "Hesher"

    Spencer Susser. Director of Hesher
    Spencer Susser
  • Creators of "Hesher"

    Spencer Susser. Director of Hesher
    Spencer Susser
    David MichƓd. Director of Hesher
    David MichƓd
  • Critic Reviews of "Hesher"

    Detroit News
    May 13, 2011

    Happily, Hesher never lays things out too clearly. Just as you never know where he came from, it's hard to grasp where he's going, or even what he's doing in the moment. But you know he fits somewhere. And that's satisfaction enough.

    Newark Star-Ledger
    May 13, 2011

    Gordon-Levitt is a sly and inventive actor, and it can be genuinely fun to watch him having so much fun. But this character wears out his welcome fast.

    Washington Post
    May 13, 2011

    Bad role models sometimes make the most interesting movie characters.

    New York Post
    May 13, 2011

    Unlike many films that hope to be called black comedy, it does not skimp on either the black or the comedy.

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    May 13, 2011

    When the blessed credits finally roll, the first thing Susser shows us is Hesher's tattoo of a raised middle finger. Backatcha, dude.

    We Got This Covered
    June 02, 2013

    An unlikeable main character and a weak narrative flow turn Hesher into a mediocre film.

    Cinema Signals
    June 06, 2011

    Fortunately, there's enough humor in all this to counteract the exploitation of weird logic and audacious coincidence.

    May 26, 2011

    Susser cowrote the script, which relies on moments of profanity and impulsive violence to elicit terse little laughs and a melodramatic backstory to signal emotional resonance.

    Shared Darkness
    May 22, 2011

    Powered by a character at once original and representational, Hesher courses with a unique verve missing in many independent productions, hovering somewhere between outright success and 'interesting failure.'

    One Guy's Opinion
    May 20, 2011

    Since [Gordon-Levitt's] one of the most energetic and inventive young actors in the business, you can't take your eyes off him. Unfortunately, the quality of the material makes you wish you could.
    May 20, 2011

    Headbangs straight into your heart.

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