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The Nun

France, in the 1760s. Born to a bourgeois family, Suzanne (Pauline Etienne) is a beautiful young girl with a natural talent for music. Despite her faith, she is dismayed when her parents send her off to a convent, expecting her to ...

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Title: The Nun
Genre: Drama
Cast: Martina Gedeck, Isabelle Huppert, Louise Bourgoin, Marc Barbé
Release Date: 2013-11-01
Production Country: Belgium, France, Germany
Directed By: Guillaume Nicloux
Film Duration: 100
Production Year: 2013
Distributor: Metrodome Group
Official Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/La-Religieuse-The-Nun-un-film-de-Guillaume-Nicloux/437332693006172

Synopsis: France, in the 1760s. Born to a bourgeois family, Suzanne (Pauline Etienne) is a beautiful young girl with a natural talent for music. Despite her faith, she is dismayed when her parents send her off to a convent, expecting her to become a nun. Suzanne first resists the rules of the convent, but soon finds out that she is an illegitimate child, leaving her no other option than to pronounce her vows and suffer the consequences of her mother’s sin. She soon wants to escape the religious path and is trying to revoke her vows when the Mother Superior, who had brought her comfort and solace, dies. Her successor, Sister Christine (Louise Bourgoin), turns out to be a sadistic and cruel Mother Superior, inflicting the worst forms of humiliation upon Suzanne, such as depriving her of food and clothing. Suzanne is finally transferred to another convent, where she discovers another kind of Mother Superior (Isabelle Huppert), who develops an inappropriate affectionate bond with her… Adapted from Diderot’s eponymous novel, The Nun tells the story of a woman trying to resist imposed religious values, revealing the dehumanizing effect of cloistered life.

The Nun

Title: The Nun
Genre: Drama
Cast: Martina Gedeck, Isabelle Huppert, Louise Bourgoin, Marc Barbé
Release Date: 2013-11-01
Production Country: Belgium, France, Germany
Directed By: Guillaume Nicloux
Film Duration: 100
Production Year: 2013
Distributor: Metrodome Group
Age Limit: 0+
Official Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/La-Religieuse-The-Nun-un-film-de-Guillaume-Nicloux/437332693006172

Synopsis: France, in the 1760s. Born to a bourgeois family, Suzanne (Pauline Etienne) is a beautiful young girl with a natural talent for music. Despite her faith, she is dismayed when her parents send her off to a convent, expecting her to become a nun. Suzanne first resists the rules of the convent, but soon finds out that she is an illegitimate child, leaving her no other option than to pronounce her vows and suffer the consequences of her mother’s sin. She soon wants to escape the religious path and is trying to revoke her vows when the Mother Superior, who had brought her comfort and solace, dies. Her successor, Sister Christine (Louise Bourgoin), turns out to be a sadistic and cruel Mother Superior, inflicting the worst forms of humiliation upon Suzanne, such as depriving her of food and clothing. Suzanne is finally transferred to another convent, where she discovers another kind of Mother Superior (Isabelle Huppert), who develops an inappropriate affectionate bond with her… Adapted from Diderot’s eponymous novel, The Nun tells the story of a woman trying to resist imposed religious values, revealing the dehumanizing effect of cloistered life.

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