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.
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 empty lot, through which Little Billy flees and climbs a fence when being cornered by Robert, was located between 86 and 94 Market Street in Apalachicola, Florida 32320. By 2007, a building had been constructed on that empty lot with the address of 88 Market Street, which then housed the business Chez Funk for several years, but by 2012, that business was defunct. As of 2011, the wooden building, with the horizontal boards seen in the film on the right, housed Pam Nobles Studio at 86 Market Street, and the brick building, with the metal awning seen in the film on the left, housed Forgotten Coast Outfitters at 94 Market Street. Oddly, 94 Market Street is right next to The (Apalachicola Seafood) Grill at 100 Market Street, which is the point from where Robert started the chase down Market Street, which means Little Billy would have had to double back down 4th Street to return to same area of The Grill as depicted. See more
If I were Thelma's age, I'd be jealous, too. Glad you belong to me.
Features Dizzy Pilots
Performed by Colin Elswood (misspelled as "Colin Elsewood" in the end credits) See more