Anna Nicole

Synopsis: Anna Nicole Smith was a single mother from Texas who became the biggest supermodel in the world, but her sudden catapult to fame came with a price, as drugs, alcohol and reckless behavior led her down a tragic path.
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director(s): Mary Harron
Production: Sony Pictures Entertainment
  Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 1 nomination.
85 min


Welcome to Mexia, Texas,

my hometown.

Most people pronounce it "Mex-ia,"

and it's not.

It's "Me-hay-ya."

This here is the chicken stand

where I used to work.

And it's where I met my first husband.

Oh, shoot.

I don't wanna talk about him.

Cut. Cut. Ha-ha.

- Anna, come here.

- Anna!

- Yeah!

- Anna!

You want a little fun?

- Here!

- Anna!

Here I come

Oh, you want to go wild

You want to set this off

Hold onto your glass

'Cause your world will rock

We might get crazy

Hey, baby, don't fear

Get ready to party

The party's here

I'll be buried as international

celebrity and balls-to-the-wall party girl,

Anna Nicole Smith,

but I was born Vicky Lynn Hogan.

Vicky Lynn.

Your hair looks like

something nested in it.

Did you brush it?

I forgot.

Don't forget tomorrow, okay?

I'll see you later.

My mama married four different men.

None of them, as far as I could tell,

were worth two ugly craps.

I don't know why

Mama's younger sister lived with us.

Thanks for the ride.

See you tomorrow.

But I know it would have been

a whole lot worse for me if she hadn't.

Clean your room today?

Let me see.

- I told you not to lock your door.

- Go away.

Unlock your door.

Go away.

Get away from me.

Stop it.

Hands off.

Get off me.


I always felt like

if I hadn't met Marilyn.

I never would've become Anna.

- You better run.

- Yeah.

You get out of here

and never come back, do you hear me?

You scumbag.

Vicky Lynn.

Vicky Lynn.

Vicky Lynn.

Who are you?

I'm Anna.

Anna Nicole.

You're so pretty.

When you grow up,

you're gonna get earrings just like mine.

Vicky Lynn.

Are you really sure

you need all that?

Everybody's wearing makeup now.

I suppose so.

You going bowling, little girl?

Is that what you told me? Mm.

Sounds exciting.

Guess there's gonna be boys at the alley.

There always are.

And with you dressed like that,

gonna get yourself some attention.

Even if your makeup's a mess.

Oh, I'm just playing.

You want some hot chocolate?



Believe me

I have no interest

in locking my daughter in her room.

But when you start dressing like that,

that's what good mama needs to do.

It takes no genius to figure out

it's leading you

to balling some boy in back of a Buick,

which will lead to an unwanted baby,

which I have interest none

in taking care of.

I just wanna go bowling. Pretty please.

Don't ruin this for me.

I'm not ruining nothing.

It's men that ruined my life.

And I don't wanna see you

making the same mistakes I did.

I didn't have anyone

to help me make right decisions.

Mama, why don't you trust me?

I shouldn't have gotten married at 16.

Please, Mama.

Had a baby right off.

Let me out of here.

Nobody should.

And I'm doing this for your own good.


Honestly, I am.

I ain't gonna have a baby, Mama.

I just wanna go bowling.

Mama, let me out of here.

Mama, please.

I just wanna go bowling.

Please. Mama.

Well, go ahead, leave.

I won't know you're gone.

Whatever crap hole you end in,

they won't know you got there.

That ain't even nice.

It's okay, pumpkin.

I told you not to marry the cook

at Crispy Carl's Fried Chicken.

And I told you and I told you

and I don't know how many times

I told you not to have a baby so young.

Danny is the best thing

that's ever happened to me.

Fry cook throw you out?

No, he didn't throw me out. I left.

Well, aren't you the cat's meow?

I'm not gonna take care

of what you can't.

Mama, you ain't gonna have to.

I can take care of Danny just fine.

We ain't got nowhere to go.


The best lessons, Vicky Lynn,

are the hardest.

My advice is to get back in that car and

figure out how to take care of yourself

because that's all you got in this world


Don't worry, pumpkin.

I'll figure something out.

They say mothers

have a natural instinct

to protect their offspring.

Well, they never had my mama.

Well, it's your lucky day.

Eighteen dollars!

Over here. Come on.

What you doing?

Come on. Right here.

Well, the truth of it is, sugar,

we're all full up on waitresses right now.

But, now, if you're not too shy,

what about performing?

Give you a look-see

on the pole-dancing side.

You make me say La la la la

How's the pay on the pole-dancing?

Even without much on top,

10 times as much.

Heck, sky's the limit.

La la la la

From dusk till dawn

World go round

And, baby, that ain't nothing new

And so we shake up the day

And we kick into play

Until the night turns into day

Push up the beat, keep it movin'

And we let our hair loose


Try this.


Having trouble stepping up?


This might help.

The pill's Xanax.

It'll help you forget about yourself.

And the champagne?

Well, that just tastes good.

I got you.

Vicky Lynn.

Hey, we don't have all day out here.

There's only one thing left to do

Push up the beat, keep it movin'

Shake up the day

And we kick into play

Until the night turns into day

Push up the beat, keep it movin'

I'm nervous and it shows

I wanna make you proud

I've got a crush on you

You know it

I'm nervous and it shows

I wanna make you proud

I've got a crush on you

- Thank you.

- Come on.

- All right, then.

- Okay.


- Hey, what's going on?

- Yeah?

All right.

Hey, please.

Settle down, please.

Love, my love, your feeling

Is all the lust I love

Love, my love, your feeling

Is all the lust I love

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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