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  • Friday 19 December 1986
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  • Piccola bottega degli orrori
  • A Pequena Loja dos Horrores

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Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

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In September 1960, Seymour Krelborn , a nerdy young assistant in a New York City florist shop, is trying to store pots but breaks them by accident. Seymour and Audrey Fulquard , his co-worker, with all the other tenants of their skid row area complain of their surroundings ("Skid Row "). The day of an unexpected total eclipse, Seymour discovers a mysterious new plant ("Da-Doo"), which resembles a Venus Flytrap. He names the plant "Audrey II" in honor of Audrey, on whom he has a secret crush. However, when the shop closes for the day, Seymour discovers that Audrey II is wilting from lack of food. It refuses to eat anything normal plants would feed on, such as soil, water and sunlight. Seymour accidentally pricks his finger on a rose thorn, and discovers that Audrey II has an appetite for human blood ("Grow for Me").

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