Welcome to the Dollhouse 1995
Teenage life has never been so painful and yet so accurately portrayed as in Todd Solondz’ brilliantly biting film, 'Welcome To The Dollhouse'. Director vividly depicts the plight of Dawn (Heather Matarazzo), a homely and awkward 11 year old.

In her suburban home, she is given no respect with all the attention of her parents going to her cute younger sister and her older brother, a computer nerd. In seventh grade at school, Dawn is nicknamed "Wienerdog." The cheerleaders call her a "lesbo" and a delinquent youth singles her out for various humiliations.

To endure these constant assaults on her soul, Dawn responds with her own acts of defiance. She reacts savagely to being treated unfairly. Dawn's soulful yearning for love finds expression in her infatuation with a handsome hunk who is the lead singer in her brother's band.

Welcome to the Dollhouse is a powerful portrait of one young girl's valiant effort to survive the cruel and tense world of adolescence.

Director: Todd Solondz
Cast: Heather Matarazzo, Christina Brucato, Victoria Davis
Country: USA
Genre: Comedy, Drama

DVD5 | NTSC 16:9 | 01:27:24 | 3.75 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: English, Espanol, Francais, English(closed caption)

-- Cast and Crew Biographies/Filmographies
-- Theatrical Trailer

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BD25 | 1080p AVC | 01:27:25 | 18.7 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: English

-- Theatrical Trailer