2008, PG-13, 91 min. Directed by Gregory Mackenzie. Starring Sienna Miller, James Franco, David Carradine, Ed Lauter, Scott Glenn.


Not reviewed at press time. Described as a "honeymoon-gone-awry road movie," Camille was not screened for critics. Miller plays a sunny Kentucky girl who marries an ex-con (Franco), whom she hopes to change during a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls – a locale that's awfully close to the border (and a parole violation).

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