Honeymoon (1985 film)

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Directed by Patrick Jamain
Produced by Xavier Gélin,
René Malo
Written by Patrick Jamain,
Philippe Setbon (screenplay & story)
Music by Robert Charlebois
Cinematography Daniel Diot
Edited by Robert Rongier
Distributed by Malofilm Home Video (1986) (Canada)
Release date
Running time
Canada:101 min / USA:98 min
Country Canada / France
Language English / French

Honeymoon (French: Lune de miel) is a 1985 Franco-Canadian thriller, directed by Patrick Jamain and starring Nathalie Baye.


A Frenchwoman in Manhattan, in danger of being deported because of her relationship with a recently arrested drug offender, enters into a marriage of convenience with a stranger that is arranged through an agency. But even though the two are not supposed to even meet, her new husband starts taking his faux wedding vows entirely too seriously.


The movie was released on videocassette in 1986 by Karl-Lorimar Home Video in the United States and in Canada by New World Video. The film is most notable for its VHS cover, which marketed the film as a horror film. To this day, the film has never been released on DVD and as of March 16, 2010, no plans have been made to release the film onto DVD.


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