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In Manhattaan, the mute seamstress Thana is a timid woman that works in the fashion industry and spends most of her idle time at home. One night, she is raped in an alley while going back home after hours and when she arrives at home, she is raped again by another criminal. However, she reacts and kills the assaulter with a flatiron. The disturbed Thana loses her sanity and uses the rapist pistol to kill men on the streets of New York.
Crime Will No Longer Roam the Streets.
Title: Ms. 45
Release Date: April 24, 1981
Runtime: 80 mins
All Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
IMDB Rating: 6.7
Buried.com Rating: 7.7 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With M
MPAA Rating: X
Zoe Lund ...Thana (as Zoe Tamerlis)
Albert Sinkys ...Albert
Darlene Stuto ...Laurie
Helen McGara ...Carol
Nike Zachmanoglou ...Pamela
Abel Ferrara ...1st Rapist (as Jimmy Laine)
Peter Yellen ...The Burglar (2nd Rapist)
Editta Sherman ...Mrs. Nasone (Landlady)
Vincent Gruppi ...Heckler on Corner
S. Edward Singer ...The Photographer
Stanley Timms ...The Pimp
Faith Peters ...The Prostitute
Lawrence Zavaglia ...The Arab
Alex Jachno ...The Chauffeur
Jack Thibeau ...Man in Bar
Jayne Kennedy ...Seamstress
Wayne Caro ...Office Boy / Mickey
Mariana Tripaldi ...Buyer
Scott Covert ...Buyer's Assistant
Karen O'Shea ...Model / Party Guest
The Kog ...The Bum
Cindy Green ...Waitress
Nancy Ulrich ...Photographer's Girlfriend
Eddie Sanchez ...Central Park Gang
Larry Chua ...Central Park Gang
Omar Patino ...Central Park Gang
Robert Allen ...Central Park Gang
Daniel Gooding ...Central Park Gang
Michael R. Chin ...Kissing Boy
Gerri Igarashi ...Kissing Girl
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Nicholas St. John
More Movie Taglines:
- Crime Will No Longer Roam the Streets.
- It's no longer a man's world.
- It will never happen again!
- She was abused and violated. It will never happen again!
- She's number one...with a bullet.
- No man will ever be safe again.
- The name of Zoë Lund's character, Thana, is reminiscent of the Greek god of death, "Thanatos". Sigmund Freud used the word to refer to the "death drive," a subject's internal drive to return to an inorganic state.
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Rating: 7.7 out of 10.0 - 71 votes cast total