In the Middle Ages, a young servant fleeing from his master takes refuge at a convent full of emotionally unstable nuns. Introduced as a deaf mute man, he must fight to hold his cover as the nuns try to resist temptation.
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On the run from the battle-seasoned Lord Bruno for sleeping with his wife, the handsome and willing servant, Massetto, flees to the safety of the woods during the warm and peaceful summer of 1347. There, after a chance encounter with the always boozy but merciful Father Tommasso, the young charmer will find refuge into his convent's sanctuary, on one condition: to pretend he is a deaf-mute. However, Massetto's tempting presence will unavoidably upset the already frail balance of things within the sexually-repressed female realm, as nun after nun desperately seeks an escape from their tedious way of life and an extra reason to molest the charming handyman. In the end, will those cloistered Sisters finally find out what they had been missing out on all these years? Written by
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[Warning. Potential Spoilers Ahead]
Here are my sins. I have slept with another man's wife. He's a nobleman, and he is my master.
Well, that's adultery.
It's a very serious sin.
Sometimes... she would place her mouth around my sex.
Well, that's sodomy. It's also a serious sin.
Is it also considered sodomy if... if I placed my mouth on her sex while... she simultaneously had... had her mouth around mine?
Why would you do that?
Because, she... she liked it.
Oh. Well, yes, that's also ...
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This is by far the worst movie, I have ever sat through.
I thought, I'd give it a shot 'cause of Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offermann aso. But boy was I wrong... The story was absurd, the acting was off, you never knew with the language if it was medieval or modern-funny-ish or so... It was just pure awkward and sometimes I even threw up a little 'cause of this BS. I am sorry, but that movie isn't even "indie-good", it's just plain awful. I don't know how else to express my disgust for that "shartwork".
Move on. If you ever consider this movie, it might be better pointing a gun to one's head...
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