Little does Sister Bertrille know, but she's sleep-flying. On one of her sleeping flights, she comes across Carlos with Sophia Novello, the daughter of a business associate Antonio Novello. Carlos was driving Sophia home after a party when their car got stuck in a mud-hole. Getting Sophia home late will look bad for known womanizer Carlos, especially since Sophia is engaged to Paco Lopez, the son of Antonio's best friend. But Carlos has Sister Bertrille as a witness - or so he thinks. When Antonio confronts Carlos about Sophia's extremely late arrival home, Carlos goes to get Sister Bertrille to vouch for him, which she refuses to do since she witnessed nothing. Carlos and Sister Bertrille sever their relationship over this, Carlos because she won't help him, and Sister Bertrille because he asked her to lie blatantly for him. Equally as worse for Carlos and the Novellos, Antonio ceases a business relationship which will ruin Carlos financially, and Paco calls off the engagement over ...
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The title is an interesting word derived from a somnambulist or sleep walker and an aviatrix or female pilot or even a Flying Nun. See more