Daddy's Little Girl Wednesday, 01 April 2020

Daddy's Little Girl

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    R18+: High impact violence.

  • The pitch:

    A torturous subject.

  • Starring:

    Billi Baker, Michael Thomson, Sean Gannon, Allira Jaques, Holly Phillips, Rebecca Plint, Christian Radford, Darrell Plumridge, Mirko Grillini

  • Directed by:

    Chris Sun

  • Running time:

    107 minutes

  • Rated:

    R18+ (Australia), NR (UK), NR (USA)


    Children are abducted, tortured, raped, molested, murdered (mostly implied). A man is drugged, restrained, sliced, trapped in a skull clamp, maimed, sodomised, raped (simulated), beaten (hammer), dismembered. Chopping arm off, drowning child, hitting/beating children, pulling teeth, raping, killing mentioned. Yelling, arguing. Blood/gore: Bloody baby (childbirth). Objects protruding from skin, broken skin, bleeding, sliced skin, spurting blood, face covered in blood, bloody mouth, blood smears. Bloody wounds, tracheotomy wound, cauterising wound, fingers cut off, separating bone, shredded body parts, extracting teeth, bloody objects, detached limb.


    Shirtless men, man in underwear. Cleavage. Swimwear.


    Alcohol (beer). Intoxication. Drug deal. A man is drugged.


    F-words, s-words, a-word, p*ss, b*tch, pr*ck. Name-calling. Obscene finger gesture. Religious exclamations.


    Child abduction, death of a child, paedophilia, grief, PTSD, revenge, torture, marriage separation, childbirth, dating, father-daughter relationships, brothers, financial difficulties, surfing, hidden cameras, voyeurism.


    Estranged wife, missing child, deceased child. Childbirth scene. Helicopter heard. Hospital, funeral, dental chair settings. Clown. Vomiting, urination, toilet. Bats, skeletons, full moon (opening credits), coffin. Based on some true events.


    Effective, unapologetic, outstanding, affecting, compelling, gory, heartbreaking, realistic, excellent, hardcore, violent, unsettling, disquieting, recommended. Capable acting, well shot, deftly made, awesome special effects, strong sound editing, realistic torture scenes, excellent performance from Michael Thomson, some witty humour.


    Nihilistic, gratuitious, brutal. Lengthy, tasteless, grueling torture scene. Wooden performances, frequently difficult to watch, painfully slow first half, brutality overdose.

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