May grows up being different, wearing an eye patch because of a lazy eye. Mommy and Daddy give her a doll to be her friend, a doll that is one of those 'look but don't touch' dolls. If you can't meet friends, then make one.
May matures, and we pick up with her as she is working for a Veterinarian as his assistant. She sees a young man who inspires her to get contact lenses and become a bit more flirtatious, after falling in love with his hands. His beautiful hands.
May can always see the best in people, though they don't seem to see her very well at all. Betrayed by the two people who claimed to like her and her odd ways, May finally decides Mommy was right. It's time to make a new friend. Someone who will understand her.
Not a blatant blood-splatter film but nonetheless a titillating journey through the sicker side of need. There are definitely some good 'Parts' in this movie; in particular the dead kitty and the Lysol spray (he-he), plus pretty decent performances by Angela Bettis and Anna Faris (Scary Movie I & II). Creepy and a bit disturbing, this is a great movie for a first time date with that little oddball you've been meaning to ask out on a date. Enjoy!
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