Fantastic Fest 09: Red-Band Clip From Canuck Exploitation Film SWEET KARMA

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Fantastic Fest 09: Red-Band Clip From Canuck Exploitation Film SWEET KARMA
Just yesterday we posted the trailer for Andrew Thomas Hunt's Sweet Karma, a Canadian exploitation-revenge film loosely based on facts revealed in a series of sex-ring busts in Toronto through the early 2000s, and now the film is back in the headlines thanks to a brand-new, exclusive to ScreenAnarchy, red-band clip from the film.

Karma Balint is a shy, mute Russian woman whose sister Anna left for Canada with bright hopes of making some money for the two of them. But after being whisked away by the Russian recruiter of Canada-bound "housemaids," Anna never sent the money, she never wrote back--she just disappeared. When Karma discovers that Anna's body has been found in the woods on the outskirts of Toronto, the apparent victim of a Russian mafia hit, she sets off on a bloody, intercontinental trail of revenge that sees her face off--armed with only two hands, a calculating brain and a hefty dose of willpower--with some of the sleaziest elements of Toronto's organized criminal underground.
Sweet Karma will have its US premiere at Fantastic Fest 09.

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