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Born Villain est un film américain réalisé par Shia LaBeouf

Born Villain (2011)

Born Villain
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Durée 6minutes
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Born Villain is a short film directed by actor Shia LaBeouf in collaboration with Marilyn Manson. It was released on August 28, 2011, during its inaugural screening, at the L.A. Silent Theater. Produced as an accompaniment to the Born Villain album, the film was intended as the record's promotional "trailer". The music heard in the video is the song "Overneath the Path of Misery", a track from Born Villain.
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