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Gee, do you think Karla will show up on the red carpet?
The controversial U.S.-made film based on the true story of killers Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka is set to debut in Montreal, the city Homolka has made her home since her release.
Organizers of the Montreal World Film Festival announced Monday that the $5-million US film Karla will be screened at this year's event, which runs from Aug. 26 through Sept. 5.
Montreal's film fest organizers have had Toronto-envy ever since the early 1980s when the Hogtown cinema celebration began attracting Hollywood attention. It's gone downhill, no thanks to the egos behind it. But this? This is as low as you can go.