Karla

Karla

Movie: Karla
Director: Joel Bender
Produced by: Goldmill Productions, Quantum Entertainment
Released By: Christal Films
MPAA Rating: R

Laura Prepon and Misha Collins star as the murderous pair whose deplorable crimes sent shock waves of terror rippling across Canada in director Joel Bender’s unflinching look at the crimes of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka. On the surface Bernardo and Homolka were your average everyday Canadian couple, they had a nice house in the suburbs, a dog, lots of friends, and a bright future ahead of them. As Paul is singled out as the prime suspect in a series of particularly vicious rapes and Karla’s sister dies under mysterious circumstances, however, a horrifying truth begins to emerge that will lead the pair down a particularly dark path. Could it be that the manipulative murderer used fear and intimidation to keep his wife silent about the reprehensible atrocities he so casually committed without guilt or remorse, or was Karla Homolka in fact an equal partner who simply used her sociopathic power of manipulation to convince authorities that she truly believed she was in mortal danger all along?

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