A viciously insightful examination of the ways in which the bond between two teenage sisters is tested when they begin to realize just how powerful and double-edged a weapon beauty is, and how cruel the consequences of its unequal distribution can be. Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Created with Sketch. Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices.
Sign in. With an amazing slate of films at the TIFF this year, our experts choose one that stands above the rest. Watch now. A director struggles to film a difficult, intimate sex scene between two actors who happen to hate each other. Reluctantly, a sulky adolescent returns to her parents' house for yet another boring summer vacation, dabbling in desire and the art of desirability, eventually mixing reality with vision, caged fantasies with the fierce female sexuality.
The original title of my film was always Fat Girl, but since I am French and not at all bilingual, it was for reasons more mysterious than an anglicism. Of course, the little girl was fat, but the title also expressed an autism, a wall between her and the world that the foreign language reinforced. So I shot the film under two working titles, Two Girls and Two Sisters, because the other sister, Roxane Mesquida, whose character I was not fond of while working on the screenplay, was gaining in importance. In my head, it had never changed. We did a preview screening with a survey.
At first Laura was uncomfortable but then slowly becomes infatuated by Carmilla because she lives all alone in her castle. The story ends by Laura finding out Carmilla is a vampire and Baron Vordenburg, a vampire hunter, kills Carmilla with a stake through the heart.
This story is not as well-known as Dracula by Bram Stoker that was published later in 1897.