Fun (1994)


Bonnie and Hillary are two young lost souls who meet one day and discover that they get along. They talk about their lives and run around and and keep getting really excited. Their day escalates into an eruption of violence and rage that can only be understood by the two girls.

Director: Rafal Zielinski.
Writer: James Bosley (play).
Stars: Renée Humphrey, Alicia Witt, William R. Moses, Leslie Hope, Ania Suli.

1994 Sundance Film Festival – Nominated for the Grand Jury Prize.


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  1. Øivind Aas
    November 10, 2021

    This film came out the same year as Peter Jackson’s “Heavenly Creatures”, another film about teenage girls turned into killers but while that film was a far more stylized, special-effects-filled blending between fantasy and reality from the main characters perspective, “Fun” is more like a docudrama with plenty of very typical 90s post-modernist elements like references to pop culture (the girls talk about the film “Frankenstein” before they commit the crime, ) and the way one of the flashbacks is shot almost like a music video

    Even though some of the dialogue, in particular the scenes between the journalist and the psychiatrist, seems a bit too on the nose at times, the chilling performances by Alicia Witt and Rennee’ Humphrey makes this disturbing film worth watching

  2. Christina
    December 28, 2023

    Hi can I buy this dvd if possible I’ve been wanting it for years and I can’t seem to get it anywhere thanks

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