R | | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
A troubled teenager is plagued by visions of a man in a large rabbit suit who manipulates him to commit a series of crimes, after he narrowly escapes a bizarre accident.
In the movie theater scene, Richard Kelly originally intended to have Donnie and Gretchen going to see C.H.U.D. (1984). However, there were problems with finding out who owned the rights to the movie. Finally, Sam Raimi came to the rescue by allowing Kelly to use and distort footage ... ...
I'm voting for Dukakis.
In the final scene between Donnie and his therapist, Dr. Thurman, Dr. Thurman appears to have had a hair-cut, as her hair was shown earlier in the film as around her shoulders in length. However, in a scene that follows soon after, when Dr. Thurman calls the Darko house, her hair is seen to be at its original length.
"Proud to Be Loud" Performed by The Dead Green Mummies -- this song is actually performed by the band Pantera. (The Dead Green Mummies do not exist.) Pantera has all but disowned their first four albums, this song is track 5 on the fourth of those albums, "Power Metal." The band presumably did not want to be credited with the song (as they don't consider any of their pre-1990 material part of their discography) and made up the name The Dead Green Mummies.
€21,296 (Spain) (7 July 2002)
$194,220 (USA) (16 June 2017)
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