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Karmina (film)

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Director  Gabriel Pelletier
Duration  
Language  French
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Horror, Romance
Country  Canada
Karmina (film) movie poster
Release date  November 1, 1996
Writer  Ann Burke (screenplay), Yves Pelletier (screenplay), Andree Pelletier (screenplay), Gabriel Pelletier (screenplay), Ann Burke (original story), Yves Pelletier (dialogue)
Screenplay  Gabriel Pelletier, Yves Pelletier, Andree Pelletier, Ann Burke
Awards  Genie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Make-Up
Cast  Isabelle Cyr (Karmina), Robert Brouillette (Philippe), Yves Pelletier (Vlad), France Castel (Esmeralda), Gildor Roy (Ghislain Chabot / Patrick)
Similar movies  Set in Quebec, Vampire movies, Comedies

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Karmina is a Canadian comedy horror film from Quebec, released in 1996.

Karmina (film) movie scenes

The film stars Isabelle Cyr as Karmina, a vampire from Transylvania who runs away to live with her aunt Esméralda (France Castel) in Quebec to escape an arranged marriage to Vlad (Yves Pelletier). Vampires living in North America have access to a magic potion which enables them to keep their vampire natures in check so that they can live in harmony with humans, and Karmina begins a relationship with Philippe (Robert Brouillette), a church organist. However, Vlad and Karmina's parents (Raymond Cloutier and Sylvie Potvin) soon show up to retrieve her.

Karmina (film) movie scenes

A sequel film, Karmina 2: L'Enfer de Chabot, was released in 2001.

Karmina (film) The Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival History

The film won two Genie Awards at the 18th Genie Awards, for Best Art Direction/Production Design and Best Costume Design, as well as a special award for Best Make-Up (which is not a regular Genie Award category.) It was also nominated, but did not win, in the categories of Best Picture, Best Actress (Isabelle Cyr), Best Supporting Actress (France Castel), Best Director (Gabriel Pelletier), Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing (Gaétan Huot), Best Overall Sound (Jo Caron) and Best Sound Editing.

Karmina (film) Karmina 1996 lektor PL sample ok10 min YouTube

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Karmina (film) YPP Karmina et Vlad
Karmina (film) Karmina My Old Addiction

References

Karmina (film) Wikipedia
Karmina (film) IMDb Karmina (film) themoviedb.org


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