Having embezzled a small fortune and attempting to lay low, Robert Burger and his mistress Dorothea choose a remote rental property which in unobtrusive. But they soon make the grave mistake of befriending two nine year old girls, Thelma and Elizabeth who live close by. Behind her seemingly cute and innocent façade, Thelma is a scheming, precocious brat who intrudes upon the couples life and photographs the pair and ultimately discovers their dark little secret. With Elizabeth's help they proceed to blackmail the bemused, unsuspecting twosome. But events eventually begin to unravel leading the pseudo-angelic brat to resort to twisted and evil crimes, meaning the lives of those associated with her gradually descend in to hell. Written by
She's spying on two strangers, she's about to murder her best friend and she's only nine years old!
19 October 1989 (Hungary)
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The storefront sign visible across the street from where Little Billy pauses atop a fence after being chased is of Seahorse Gift Jewelry Florist, 87 Market St., Apalachicola, Florida 32320, which existed at that location continuously until 2011, but by 2012 was repurchased and had its external appearance changed. The business in the brick building visible immediately to its left is Old Time Soda Fountain & Luncheonette, 93 Market St., Apalachicola, Florida 32320, which has existed since 1903, and whose interior is shown three times in this film as the place where the girls buy ice cream and shakes. The tan building visible immediately to the right of Seahorse is 83/85 Market St., which has housed many businesses since the film was made, including Risa's Pizza (1985), Mary's Jewelry (1992), Friperie (2004), Market Street Diner & Pizzeria (2009), Persnickety (2010), Ivanova's Pizzaria / Renee's Cafe (2011), and God's Grace12 (2011). See more
What about that black kid I saw in your car?
Little Billy? That's a funny thing. Every time somethin' goes wrong in this town, somebody blames Little Billy, and I've gotta pull him in, then let 'im go. Now you were tellin' me?
Performed by Colin Elswood (misspelled as "Colin Elsewood" in the end credits) See more