Beautiful BoyOctober. 12,2018 R
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After he and his first wife separate, journalist David Sheff struggles to help their teenage son Nic, who goes from experimenting with drugs to becoming devastatingly addicted to methamphetamine.
Steve Carell as David Sheff
Timothée Chalamet as Nicholas "Nic" Sheff
Maura Tierney as Karen Barbour
Amy Ryan as Vicki Sheff
Timothy Hutton as Dr. Brown
Christian Convery as Jasper Sheff
Oakley Bull as Daisy Sheff
Kaitlyn Dever as Lauren
Stefanie Scott as Julia
Amy Forsyth as Diane
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