At a local hangout, she first meets Ivy, a but poor, and trashy girl, and witnesses Ivy mercy-killing a heavily wounded dog. When Sylvie becomes suspicious of her involvement in Georgie's death, Ivy crashes the car, then moves the unconscious Sylvie into the driver's seat. Director, wanted Drew for the part of Ivy, and arranged another audition which Drew Barrymore also failed to attend. She tells Ivy that Darrel is her adoptive father and that her biological father is African-American. In the hospital, Sylvie hallucinates that her mother is sitting in front of her. When she gets to her house there is a raging storm.
The chain breaks and Ivy falls to her death. The film developed greatly from this premise. However, New Line insisted that Ivy be punished and made her shoot a new ending where Ivy died. She credits this for the film's popularity. Darrel picks Ivy up and they go into the forest, where Ivy gets Darrel drunk and has sex with him.
She also says that she once tried to kill herself. It was nominated for the 1992 Grand Jury prize of Best Film at the. Georgie believes Ivy, accepts a glass of champagne drugged with sleeping pills, and falls asleep. There were three different drafts of the script and four different endings. It currently holds a 36% rating on based on 28 reviews. She lies claiming that it was to protect him.
This inspires her to get back to her house in an attempt to save her father from Ivy. The mother Ladd is sickly and can't sexually satisfy her husband Skerritt any more, and to the daughter's horror, Ivy begins seducing her father. It was only when New Line Cinema told director, , that they wanted Drew Barrymore's character to die, that she had to go back and film the ending once all the other shooting had finished. Ivy and Sylvie share clothes and sleep in the same bed. Sylvie pushes Ivy over the balcony, but Ivy holds onto Sylvie's necklace.
As Darrel runs outside to look for Sylvie, Ivy runs out after him, accidentally revealing that she was behind the wheel due to scarring on her chest. In 1997, the second direct-to-video release, Poison Ivy: The New Seduction, starring Jaime Pressly, was released. They meet Sylvie's sickly mother, Georgie, whom Ivy later wins over by talking about her scholarship and helping her unblock her oxygen tank. The film was shot in Los Angeles. The script had Ivy leave the Coopers home at the end and go hitch-hiking.
In an attempt to improve his failing career, Darrel decides to throw a party at his house, and enlists Sylvie to help him. Soon after, as both of Sylvie's parents enjoy Ivy's company, they practically allow Ivy to move in. Ivy sits on the bed next to Georgie and begins to massage Darrel with her foot while he kisses her legs. Because Georgie is known to have a mental illness, and has threatened to commit suicide previously, Ivy is not suspected. He drives off to find Sylvie and Ivy goes up to Georgie's old room, plays the tape Sylvie made for Georgie, wears Georgie's robe and walks out the balcony. I just know that if I really love it there's going to be a market for it. When she gets inside, she sees Darrel and Ivy having sex and flees the room.
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Sylvie sees Ivy and, because of her head injury, believes that it is her mother, and makes her way to the balcony. The original music score is composed by David Michael Frank. A few weeks later, Sylvie invites Ivy to her house. However, Sylvie is needed at work on the night of the party, which is orchestrated by Ivy, so that Ivy will be the one to assist Darrel with the party. When they kiss, Ivy begins to use her tongue, which breaks Sylvie out of her hallucination.