R | | Drama
On a business trip to New Orleans, a damaged man seeks salvation by caring for a wayward young woman.
Writer Ken Hixon wrote the script after visiting New Orleans, entering a strip club on Bourbon Street, and seeing one of the dancers who looked like a 15-year old girl. He began to write the script so he could imagine why a girl that young would become an ... ...
Mind picking up my mail and newspaper while Doug is gone?
Harriet: Why can't your neighbor across the street do it?
Lois Riley: She moved.
Harriet: And all your other neighbors?
Lois Riley: Just until Doug gets back.
Harriet: Okay. I have to drive over here all the way from Zionsville every day ...
When Allison is in the car counting her money she burns her fingers on the butt of her cigarette. In the following scene she is seen with a barely smoked cigarette.
$42,145 (USA) (31 October 2010)
$152,857 (USA) (5 December 2010)
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