The story of a group of British teens who are trying to grow up and find love and happiness despite questionable parenting and teachers who more want to be friends (and lovers) rather than authority figures.
Highly entertaining short about a young nun (Siwan Morris) who wants to leave the convent but is having trouble doing so. Sister Lulu (Joanne McQuinn) realizes this and decides to help her fake her death. She's given a powder that will make it appear that she's dead. She will be buried. Sister Lulu will dig her up. Easy?
SISTER LULU is a film that would make Jess Franco and Joe D'Amato very proud. Writer-director Philip John certainly has a wicked sense of humor that comes across in the four-minute running time and there's no question that those with a similar humor are going to get a laugh out of this. The film not only has a sense of humor but there's also a weird sexuality running through it, which I'm certainly not going to complain about. Morris is extremely good in the role of the young nun and McQuinn was also quite nice. Both actresses certainly helped keep the film moving with their performances and beauty.
The film also benefits from some very good B&W cinematography. Fans of dark comedy or nunsxploitation should certainly check this out.
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