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Ms .45 (1981) Poster

(1981)

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The name of Zoë Lund's character, Thana, is reminiscent of the Greek god of death, "Thanatos". Sigmund Freud used the word to refer to the "death drive", a subject's internal drive to return to an inorganic state.
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Zoë Lund was only 17 years old when this movie was filmed.
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This film was first shown at the Cannes Film Festival and the Milano Film Festival before its official release on April 24, 1981.
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Film debuts of Zoë Lund and Kathleen Gati.
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Inspired the song "Ms. 45" by American rock band L7.
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One of the body-part filled shopping bags that Thana carries out of her apartment is from Fiorucci, a popular store in New York at that time.
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This film became a cult classic and was released in the United States on DVD by Image Entertainment on April 25, 2000, but was reedited for DVD release.
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This film was released on DVD, Blu-ray and digital copy from Drafthouse Films on March 25, 2014, remastered in high-definition from the original negatives.
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