Karla’s Story May Meet Resistance In Canada

A lawyer representing the families of victims of Canada’s most notorious serial killers, Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo, says that he may try to stop distribution of a new Hollywood film about the horrific killings by citing Canada’s child pornography laws. Homolka and Bernardo’s victims were underage, and were sexually abused and tortured before being killed, a terrifying ordeal which still haunts the entire country. Producers say that while the film is quite disturbing, it is not overly graphic, and attempts to show the crimes from Homolka’s perspective, rather than focusing visually on what was done to the victims.