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Marisa Tomei, Timothy Olyphant Starring in ‘Behold My Heart’

Marisa Tomei, Timothy Olyphant, Charlie Plummer and Mireille Enos are starring in independent drama “Behold My Heart.”

Producers are Mary Pat Bentel, David Hansen and Johnny Mac (through Autumn Productions), Tomei (through her Bella Vida Productions), Marcus Cox and Karrie Cox (Through Films). Heywood Wilansky, Hao Pham-Wilansky and Justin Williams are executive producing.

CAA will represent the film’s North American rights. Joshua Leonard (“The Lie”) is directing from a script be wrote with Rebecca Lowman.

The film centers on a woman and her teenage son — played by Tomei and Plummer — in the aftermath of tragedy who must forge into uncharted territory in order to move on with their lives. Olyphant (“Justified”) and Enos (“The Catch”) also star with David Call, Emily Robinson, Nik Dodani and Sakina Jaffrey rounding out the supporting cast.

Leonard broke into the business as an actor in “The Blair Witch project.” Other notable acting roles include “Humday,” Vera Farmiga’s “Higher Ground” and last year’s “If I Stay” with Chloe Grace Moretz. He’s also had featured roles on the TV series “Togetherness” from the Duplass brothers and A&E’s “Bates Motel.”

Leonard co-directed “Beautiful Losers” in 2008 and directed and starred in “The Lie,” which debuted at Sundance in 2011.

He’s in development on “Liberty” for Epix, and is currently writing the pilot with Eric Escobar. Leonard and Escobar will executive produce alongside Cary Fukunaga (“True Detective”), with Fukunaga directing the first two episodes.

Tomei, Plummer and Enos are represented by CAA. Tomei is also represented by Untitled, and Craig Emanuel at Loeb and Loeb; Plummer by Primary Wave Entertainment, Zoom Talent, and Peikoff Mahan; and Enos by Gartner/Green Entertainment and attorney Mitch Smelkinson of Stone, Meyer, Genow, Smelkinson & Binder, LLP.

Olyphant is represented by Brillstein Entertainment Partners. Leonard is represented by Silver Lining Entertainment.

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