PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather, retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, envisioning a plan to help her escape.
During the opening scene where Babydoll runs away and drops her gun, the gun would bounce off the ground and walls all the time. It took about sixty takes to get it right.
Everyone has an Angel. A Guardian who watches over us. We can't know what form they'll take. One day, old man. Next day, little girl. But don't let appearances fool you, they can be as fierce as any dragon. Yet they're not here to fight our battles,...
When the priest is dropping Babydoll off from the orphanage, you initially see her signature head band placed behind her pigtails. As it cuts between her and Blue, you see it move to in front of them (probably because headbands tend to slip if not anchored, especially when there's movement involved) where it remains for the rest of he movie.
Behind the final credits, there are short disconnected snippets of a musical performance involving Blue, Mrs Gorski and the dancers, performing "Love is the Drug".
There is an extended cut that is 18 minutes longer than the theatrical cut only available on Blu-ray.
BRL 778,851 (Brazil) (27 March 2011)
$36,392,502 (USA) (26 May 2011)
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