My Daughter, My Angel

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My Daughter, My Angel
Ma Fille, Mon Ange.jpg
Directed byAlexis Durand-Brault
Written byPierre Szalowski
Produced byRichard Lalonde
Maxime Rémillard
StarringMichel Côté
Karine Vanasse
CinematographyYves Bélanger
Edited byRichard Comeau
Music byNormand Corbeil
Distributed byAlliance Atlantis Communications
Release date
  • February 16, 2007 (2007-02-16)
Running time
85 minutes
Box office$2,780,005[1]

My Daughter, My Angel (French: Ma fille mon ange) is a 2007 Canadian French language thriller film, directed by Alexis Durand-Brault and starring Michel Côté and Karine Vanasse.


Germain Dagenais, a former solicitor (Côté), discovers evidence from a crime scene which included a dead body, of a videotape that included pornography. He is interested in viewing porn during his private time and accidentally finds his own daughter Nathalie (Karine Vanasse) in a video announcing she will be in a future video. Panicked, Germain must find his daughter and save her before she meets the same fate.



  1. ^ "Ma Fille, Mon Ange (2007) - Box Office Mojo".

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