European Union Film Festival 2022
- Valerie Buhagiar
- EUFF 2022
- November 28, 2022 6:30
“The performances are warm and wonderful, and the scenery is postcard-perfect … A long-lost paradise where an ancient custom gets an updated retelling.”Chris Knight, National Post
Carmen (Natascha McElhone) finds, at 50, a surprising new life through the oddest circumstances in this sun-drenched, ’80s-set magical realist tale. In her small Maltese village, Carmen has looked after her brother, the local priest, for her entire life. Unmarried and alone, her cloistered life is shattered when her brother dies. The church abandons Carmen, casting her out of the official residence where she served her brother, but some in the village believe that she is to become the new priest. Through a series of whimsical events where she takes on a pseudo-priestly role, Carmen begins to see the world, and herself, in a new light. Carmen is a delightful, hopeful film that demonstrates it’s never too late for reinvention.
To stream this film:
Click on the “Streaming” cloud icon above.
This will take you to the virtual platform where you can watch the film.
Purchase a ticket for $12 (plus tax) or purchase a multi-film pass (details below).
Each film will be “live” online for 48 hours. Once you start watching, you have 24 hours to finish the film.
If you are having technical issues with the stream, please click here.
You can also contact EUFF directly by emailing email@example.com.
This film is available to stream in Canada only.
Please note: Tickets to in-person screenings do not include access to online EUFF offerings, nor vice versa.