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Maelstrom (2000)
Starring: Marie-Josee Croze, Stephanie Morgenstern, Jean-Nicolas Verreault
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Category: Avant Garde, Foreign
Studio: Arrow Home Entertainment
87 mins



Winner 2001 Genie Awards

Bibiane, a beautiful young fashion designer and heiress, sleepwalks through her pampered life with little enthusiasm until an abortion, a disastrous business deal, and a traffic accident shake her out of her complacency. Waking the next morning to discover that she has killed a man, Bibiane descends into a whirlwind of suicidal thoughts and self-destructive behavior. A chance meeting with the son of her victim provides a glimmer of hope that is tainted by guilt and her fear of discovery. Is their love strong enough to overcome his desire for vengeance?


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