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Monday, April 16, 2007

Hounddog script partial - posted by Don

hounddogThanks to Jack for the heads up on this. The Smoking Gun has five pages of the script to the controversial movie Hounddog. The film, set in the Deep South in the 1950s, features Dakota Fanning as Lewellen, a troubled girl who is attacked in a shed by a character named Wooden’s Boy. The five pages describes the sexual assault of the character Lewellen portrayed by Fanning. The scene is very disturbing. You can read it here. – Don

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Mike Shelton
April 16th, 2007 at 2:51 pm

I can definitely understand how this could have quite the controversy surrounding it, but if it was filmed in the way it was written, it shouldn’t be all that shocking or disturbing.

Anyone else notice the abundance of words within the descriptions that should have ended in G, yet didn’t? I wonder if the writer was trying to keep the hillbilly vibe going throughout.

I’ll agree with TSG that I don’t understand how one can throw their underwear down in defiance either.

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