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Welcome to the Dollhouse (LE)

Welcome to the Dollhouse (LE)

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Welcome to the Dollhouse

Junior high school student Dawn “Wiener-dog” Wiener is perpetually teased by her classmates and tormented by the school bully, Brandon. All she wants is to be popular and that would certainly help her emerging crush on the lead of her brother’s garage band. Todd (Happiness) Solondz’s celebrated coming-of-age comedy won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and young star Heather Matarazzo was awarded Best Debut Performance at the prestigious Independent Spirit Awards. Perfectly capturing the growing pains of youth and suburbia with startling intensity, Welcome to the Dollhouse was widely praised on release with Janet Maslin of the New York Times describing it as a “mordantly hilarious suburban comedy - excruciatingly funny.” 

Limited Edition Special Features:

  • High Definition digital transfer of the film with uncompressed original stereo audio, approved by director Todd Solondz
  • Uncompressed stereo PCM audio
  • Interviews with Solondz and star Heather Matarazzo (2022)
  • Todd Solondz's Suburban Nightmare: A visual essay by critic and author Hannah Strong on the film and its place within Solondz's work
  • Audio commentary by BJ and Harmony Colangelo of the This Ends at Prom podcast
  • Trailer
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Reversible sleeve featuring designs based on original posters
  • Limited edition booklet featuring new writing on the film by A. S. Hamrah and Molly Lambert, archival writing by Solondz and Julian Murphet and extracts from contemporary writing on the film 
  • Limited edition of 2000 copies, presented in full-height Scanavo packaging with removable OBI strip leaving packaging free of certificates and markings 

Year: 1995
Cert: 15
Format: Blu-ray
Region: B
EAN: 5060974680047
Release date: 06/03/23

✶ “A blackly ironic, often raspingly funny rites-of-passage movie that Hollywood would never dared have make” - The Guardian

 “A genuine treat… the humour is deliciously dark” - Empire

“Funniest view of suburban adolescence ever” - Rolling Stone

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