2004 Drama

A tough cop makes a startling discovery about his wife and the leader of a band of bisexual sensualists in this erotic thriller. Raymond Pope (Conrad Pla) is a police detective with an appetite for kinky sex and an inability to stay faithful to his wife. As it happens, Pope's wife also has a wandering eye, and when she disappears under mysterious circumstances, Pope finds himself investigating the case and discovers that his spouse had fallen in with Elizabeth Kane (Caroline Neron). Kane is a woman with a taste for other women and an unquenchable sexual desire, but as Pope finds himself drawn to her strange allure, he makes a disturbing discovery -- Kane is actually Erzsebet Bathory, a Hungarian countess of the 16th century who many years ago found the secret of eternal life by bathing in the blood of beautiful women. Eternal is the first feature film from the writing and directing team of Wilhelm Liebenberg and Federico Sanchez. more..

Director: Wilhelm Liebenberg

Starring: Sarah Manninen, Caroline Neron, Victoria Sanchez, Conrad Pla, Ilona Elkin


  • Watching Eternal Sunshine, you don't just watch a love story -- you fall in love with what love really is.

    Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly

    19 January 2013

  • One of those rare collaborations that artists dream of, and that film lovers crave.

    Joe Morgenstern - The Wall Street Journal

    19 January 2013

  • A memory play and a sleight of hand, Eternal Sunshine is more than anything else deeply sincere. Like Spike Jonze, who directed "Adaptation" and "Being John Malkovich," Gondry succeeds principally by balancing Kaufman's churning skepticism with unflinching hope.

    Manohla Dargis - Los Angeles Times

    19 January 2013

  • Neither wholly cynical nor wholly romantic, Kaufman's story is a balance of smarts and sentiment. It's the most fully realized working out of his two favorite obsessions: the subjective nature of experience and the psychological mysteries of pair bonding.

    Michael O'Sullivan - The Washington Post

    19 January 2013

  • Ingenious, exhilarating, funny and profound.

    Ann Hornaday - The Washington Post

    19 January 2013


  • Movie of the Year

    AFI Awards (2005)

  • Best Writing, Original Screenplay

    Academy Awards (2005)

  • Best DVD Special Edition Release

    Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films (2006)

  • Best Edited Feature Film - Comedy or Musical

    American Cinema Editors (2005)

  • Contemporary Film

    Art Directors Guild (2005)