Factual error: In the closing scene, E.J. Bellocq pictures Hattie and Violet with a Kodak Portrait Brownie No. 2. The Kodak Portrait Brownie No. 2 was not introduced until 1929, a dozen years after the movie takes place.
Bellocq: Her father unknown, and her mother deserted the child. Violet: My mother's name was Hildegarde. Hildegarde Marr. M-A-R-R. Priest: And she was Caucasian, or other? Violet: She was a whore, Father.
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