Acedia is set on a country estate where six priests are sent to rid a teenage girl of demons. While waiting for the ritualistic tenth hour, the priests start to uncover demons of their own ...
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Acedia is set on a country estate where six priests are sent to rid a teenage girl of demons. While waiting for the ritualistic tenth hour, the priests start to uncover demons of their own as well as the dark secrets that haunt the estate. A small box created from wood made from the boat of Noah's Arc can make wishes come true. Once the wish is granted the souls are trapped in the dark corners of hell!Written by
A quote from somebody watching the movie: "This movie is almost unbearable." It is so poorly done, it is almost a comedy. The child actors deliver their lines like they're first reading them. The adult actors are not much better. I don't think they practiced their lines and emotions before it was time to shoot. It was like watching a church or school play. The editing is so bad that you can tell when the children messed up their lines (twice). The dialog is very stale, made worse by the aforementioned horrible acting. The plot makes almost no sense, with no sense of direction. The camera work is shaky and often out of focus. The special effects are so cheesy that it would be better to just omit them. Don't waste your time.
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