Boxing Helena was the 1993 debut feature film by Jennifer Lynch, daughter of David Lynch. The film stars Sherilyn Fenn as the titular Helena and Julian Sands as an obsessed doctor who kidnaps her, amputates her arms and legs and keeps her in a box.
Critically mauled on its release for its ludicrous premise, poor script and worse acting, the film has since developed something of a cult following (largely for the same reasons). It is also remembered for the legal battle that ensued when original star Kim Basinger backed out, and was eventually charged $8,000,000 in damages. Detractors of the film have called this "the best eight million dollars Basinger ever spent".