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Sister Virginia de Leyva becomes the new Mother Superior at the convent of Monza. Said convent turns out to be a veritable hotbed of sinful carnality and depravity. Debauched priest Don Arrigone and lecherous womanizer Giampaolo Osio plot to seduce sister Virginia. But will their wicked and lustful actions continue to go unnoticed? Written by
Groan, this is the second Bruno Matti nunxploitation film I've seen this week. I could simply copy and paste my review of Matti's 'The Other Hell' and it would still be an accurate review.
It only reinforces how nunxploitation is by far the laziest of the exploitation sub genres. And that's saying something! Rent some nun costumes, use a church as your set, use classical public domain music, have some orgies of both blood and sex, cut print done in one take.
At least 'The Other Hell' had a coherent plot. Silly and boring but there was a beginning, middle and end. 'The True Story of the Nun of Monza' is impossible to follow! And I really did try. It's just one nun orgy after another and another. While this is typical of a nunxploitation film, this time Matti seems to be going for the record. There's a nun orgy every 30 seconds! The only reasons for the breaks in between is for them to find another decomposing dead body. Who are these dead characters? How did they die? Are they being murdered? If the film doesn't know or care why should the audience? Back to the nun orgies! Seriously! There's no explanation for these dead body scenes!
I honestly cannot describe the plot because there is NONE!
Note how all the positive reviews praise this as a dark comedy. If nun orgies are your thing there are far more entertaining nunxploitation films to choose from.
The positive reviews also praise this a not being one of Bruno Matti's worse films. That's like saying a root canal is more fun than castration.
This is one to skip even if you're going through Bruno Matti's entire filmography. Let's not and say we did.
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