NUNs: AN ITALIAN HORROR STORY a film by Giovanni Aloisio
The young Bruno lives in an old convent with three nuns in Italy used as a guesthouse. He gives them a help, but the convent is so great as to require the collaboration of a new housekeeper, Helena. She is a young, beautiful woman and Bruno soon falls in love for her. The nuns begin to have a strange attitude, resulting not fully accepting the presence of that girl. Meanwhile, an University professor, prof. Goffredi, decides to spend a night with his two sons in that nunnery and he begins to investigate the strange origins of the convent...
From thriller to horror, from melò to mystery, “NUNs: An Italian Horror Story” crosses the fantastic cinematography with new ideas and an eye to the classic Italian movies of ’70 and ‘80 , with the public approval of Dario Argento who has already stated very favorably intrigued by this project. It’s a sort of “Decameron” in the key of terror, with many small stories and characters within a great plot, with a final twist. The basic idea is that nobody in this convent, a religious and sacred place, is free from sin and blame: there are no “good people” and “bad people” in this universe, but only “more/less bad” people.
|DIRECTED BY||Giovanni Aloisio|
|AVAILABLE VERSIONS||ITALIAN - ENGLISH SUBTITLES|
|CAST||Celeste Francavilla, Daniela Flaccomio, Domenico Tacchio|