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Juliet Hulme (Character)
from Heavenly Creatures (1994)

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The daughter of Dr. Henry Hulme, an English physicist... See more »

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  1. Heavenly Creatures (1994) Played by Kate Winslet
    ... aka "Heavenly Creatures: The Uncut Version" - USA (longer version)
    ... aka "Maiden's Prayer" - Japan (English title)

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From Heavenly Creatures (1994)
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[Director Peter Jackson opens with the scene that should, logically, end the film: that is, the moments immediately following the murder. The girls Juliet and Pauline run screaming up the hill-path to the tea-house, sobbing and covered in blood. The scene is intercut with b&w visions of the two running across a ship deck to meet Dr. and Mrs. Hulme, whom they both refer to as their mother, as the first three exclamations of "Mummy!" demonstrate]
Juliet Hulme: Mummy!
Pauline Parker: Mummy!
Juliet Hulme: Mummmmy!
[the scene changes from the ship to the hilltop tea-house. The girls are screaming hysterically as the tea-house woman runs out to see what the noise is all about]
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