Brian and Charlie (B & C) work for a gangster. When the boss learns they want to "leave", he sets them up to be killed, after they help rob the local Triads of their drug dealing profits. B & C decide to steal the money for themselves, but when their escape doesn't go to plan, they have to seek refuge in a Nuns' teacher training school. Disguised as nuns, B & C have to avoid their boss, Triads, police and Brian's girlfriend. There's also the problem of them being men disguised as nuns in an all women institution. Written by
The Story of an Immaculate Deception.
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When Brian's and Charlie's car runs out of gas, we hear the engine stall and the starter engine being cranked, while we still see Brian holding the steering wheel with both hands. See more
Brian Hope/Sister Euphemia
Does the Trinity make any sense to you?
Oh, no. No, it makes no sense to anyone. That's why you have to believe it. That's why you have to have faith. If it made sense, it wouldn't have to be a religion, would it?
[a Trinity board on the wall falls on Charlie's head
Brian Hope as Flight Attendant - this is the character played by Eric Idle
in the film. See more
Featured in Hollywood vs. Religion
Composed by Boris Blank
and Dieter Meier
Performed by Yello
Courtesy of Phonogram Limited See more