Directed by Emily Harris
Isolated from the outside world, fifteen-year-old Lara lives in seclusion on a vast country estate with her father and strict governess Miss Fontaine. Late one evening, a mysterious carriage crash brings a young girl into their home to recuperate. Lara immediately becomes enchanted by this strange visitor who arouses her curiosity and awakens her burgeoning desires.
Isolated from the outside world, fifteen-year-old Lara lives in seclusion until she becomes enchanted by a strange visitor who arouses her curiosity and awakens her burgeoning desires.
Cast: Tobias Menzies, Jessica Raine, Greg Wise, Hannah Rae, Devrim Lingnau
The ending this movie has stuck with me for almost a week after watching it, after reading the book first I have to say this film made me go back and read the book over again
Not scary but has a nice twist and good actors.
Mysterious lesbians and sexual exploration overlayed with disgusting homophobic views of the guardians. The girls felt like they were done perfectly, I loved every scene they shared, but it was hard to feel like there was a solid plot or story to follow. None of it was creepy or scary, so that knocks off a skull right there, and had there been something more solid to emphasize the plot or give a sense of danger, It'd get a 4. Overall? Worth a watch, especially with a partner to fool around with when things get a little spicy.
honestly just the most boring take on Carmilla I've ever seen, it tried to be deep and introspective but just came across as dull and joyless.