Birds of Prey
And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley QuinnDVD - 2020 | Widescreen version
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Here is Harley Quinn's self intro in the beginning, P1 of 3:
They say, if you wanna tell a story right, you gotta start at the beginning. ... This is me, Harleen Quinzel. When I was a kid, my dad traded me for a six-pack of beer. But however many times he tried to ditch me... Daddy! I kept coming back. Eventually, he found me a new home. The good sisters of St. Bernadette's taught me a lot. But I was never an establishment kinda gal. All things considered, I did good. I even went to college. Got my PhD. Had my heart broken once or twice.
Harley Quinn's self intro in the beginning, P2 of 3:
Finding love, it's not easy. So I threw myself into my work, became a psychiatrist. That's when I met him. Mr. J. My Joker. I fell hard. Like out of a plane without a parachute, right in your dumb fucking face kinda hard. I lost all sense of who I was. I only had eyes for Puddin'. We all know the saying, "Behind every successful man there's a badass broad." Well, that was me. I was the brains behind some of Mr. J's greatest stunts. Not that he let anyone know it. Puddin'? I guess all good things have to come to an end. So... we broke up.
Harley Quinn's self intro in the beginning, P3 of 3:
I handled it real mature. But Mr. J was super broke up about it. I got an amazing new place that was all mine. It gave me the space to really reflect on the mistakes of my past. I had to find a new identity. A new me. It wasn't easy. But after a while, I even opened myself up to the possibility of new love. Hi. Hello, nice baby. Here's the thing about new love... I take payment-in-kind. you have to feed it. Soon enough, I was back on my feet. Ready to move on, to make new friends. She means fucking business! ... She has taken a whip from the pivot, catapulted to the high side! Yeah! Come on! It was time for Gotham to meet the new Harley Quinn, so I really put myself out there. Ride that pole like you ride your man!
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