A newspaper publisher's daughter suffers from neglect by her parents. She and her friends turn to crime by dressing up like men, holding up gas stations, raping young men at gunpoint, and having makeout parties when her parents are away. Their "fence" gets them to trash the school on request of sinister un-American clients, and they run afoul of the law, apple pie, and God himself. Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Teenage killers...fearing no law...taking their thrills without shame!
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Did You Know?
Dialogue from the film is sampled by the industrial band Ministry in the song "So What?" on the album "The Mind is a Terrible Thing To Taste". Dialogue sampled includes: "Kill for a thrill", "Kill for the love of killing.", "You have had all that money can give you, but that wasn't enough. You became a thrill seeker...", and "This thrill seeking became the one great thing in your life, piling one thrill on another until a murder." See more
The courtroom scene when Paula is found guilty, followed by a newspaper that reads sentencing will be next Tuesday. The only thing that changes in the next court room scene (Tuesday) is the mothers hat. Everyone else is wearing the same clothes and the books on the table are in the same position. See more
[Mr. and Mrs. Parkins reflect on their daughter's crime spree and conviction for murder
It's all my fault. If only I hadn't thought more of my outside interests than I did of Paula. It's a strong, hard lesson we've been taught.