My Daughter, My Angel

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My Daughter, My Angel
Ma Fille, Mon Ange.jpg
Directed by Alexis Durand-Brault
Produced by Richard Lalonde
Maxime Rémillard
Written by Pierre Szalowski
Starring Michel Côté
Karine Vanasse
Music by Normand Corbeil
Cinematography Yves Bélanger
Edited by Richard Comeau
Distributed by Alliance Atlantis Communications
Release date
  • February 16, 2007 (2007-02-16)
Running time
85 minutes
Country Canada
Language French
Box office $2,780,005[1]

My Daughter, My Angel (French: Ma fille mon ange) is a 2007 Canadian French language thriller film 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.



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