When a depressed woman is burglarized, she finds a new sense of purpose by tracking down the thieves alongside her obnoxious neighbor. But they soon find themselves dangerously out of their depth against a pack of degenerate criminals.
For Ruth, the last straw was a spoon.
Did You Know?
The snake that is seen swimming past Ruth is an actual Cottonmouth, a venomous pit viper that would be found in such a habitat, while most movies commonly use a non-venomous snake unlikely to be found anywhere near the location. However, in the shot from above, it appears to be a harmless Black Ratsnake, and the snake shown hanging from Marshall's face is a non-venomous Eastern Water Snake. (Note: The movie was filmed in Oregon, while the Cottonmouth is only native to the south-eastern U.S.) See more
Tony told Ruth he doesn't have any friends. But in his home he has a Catan board-game. Which is a quite expensive game you usually play with friends. See more
[watching news report about a riot from her hospital bed
Just look at those goddamn monkeys.
Why don't we turn this off, huh?
The way they shoved this country right down the fuckin' stinker. Keep your gigantic monkey dick out of my good pussy.
[then breathes her last
Mrs. Hamble's Son
[a short time later her doctor
Did...? Did she have any last words?
[looks over to Ruth
References Sin City
Bring On The Dancing Horses
Performed by Echo & The Bunnymen
Written by Ian McCulloch
, Will Sergeant', Les Pattinson
, Pete DeFreitas
Published by WB Music Corp., o/b/o Zoo Music Ltd.
Courtesy of Warner Music U.K. Ltd.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing See more