Bill, a slightly quirky, clandestine operative is sent out on a mission to his old hometown. He stops in to visit his sister, Elizabeth, and his timid, movie quoting niece, Suzy, before pursing his latest assignment and while he's there he encounters a magical statue that transforms him into a teenage girl. Wishing to keep his transformation a secret from his sister and the world at large, Bill confides in Suzy about his sudden change and she agrees to help him. Renamed Jessica, "she" now has to deal not only with all the problems that being a teenage girl brings, she also must complete her latest mission. A mission which is made more dangerous now that her target has begun kidnapping teenage girls. Jessica, with Suzy's help, must overcome all of the obstacles that stand in her way while trying to find a way to return to her original form - if that is even possible. Written by
Sometimes the best man for the job is a teenage girl
Did You Know?
Writers James Ward and Robert Bruce came up with the idea for The Hit Girl back in 1991 and have been talking about the project since that time. The original character concept for the "Hit Man" was based off of their mutual friend James Williams, who was a former marine, strip club bouncer and total badass. The idea of him somehow being turned into a little girl, but still acting being a badass was the inspiration for the movie. He appears in the movie as Bruno and has a fight scene with Jessica. See more
References A Boy and His Dog
Written by Giovanni Dal Monte
Performed by Adam West the Bat See more