Based on V.C. Andrews' controversial cult-classic novel, "Flowers in the Attic" tells the story of the Dollanganger kids who, after the unexpected death of their father, are coerced to stay hidden in the attic of their ruthless grandmother. Written by
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Many of the fashions worn and phrases said in the film were never around in the 1950's. The girls' dresses were made by a 21st century company and were not a style worn in the 50's. Phrases like "just drop it", "you guys" and "no way" weren't used in the 1950's, either. These phrases originated from the Eighties. See more
[the children go up to the attic: Christopher leading, then Carrie, then Cory and Cathy heading the rear, who shuts the door a bit and looks around curiously. Each person holds the rail and when they reach the top, Christopher opens the door and flips on the light as piano music plays and they explore, Carrie with Cathy and Cory with Christopher
[puts hands on her shoulders
You can dress up for days in here!
Hey, Cor', check it out. You finally get your own record player.
But it doesn't...
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