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Writer and director Jeff Baena only wrote a detailed outline for the film, which was loosely based on "The Decameron". The cast improvised their dialogue. See more »
[Warning. Potential Spoilers Ahead]
Here are my sins. I have slept with another man's wife. He's a nobleman, and he is my master.
Well, that's adultery.
It's a very serious sin.
Sometimes... she would place her mouth around my sex.
Well, that's sodomy. It's also a serious sin.
Is it also considered sodomy if... if I placed my mouth on her sex while... she simultaneously had... had her mouth around mine?
Why would you do that?
Because, she... she liked it.
Oh. Well, yes, that's also ...
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Silly nonsense, yet not really funny. It is a failed attempt at a parody of medieval period pictures.
Silly parody of medieval period pictures, which fails to become really funny. A comedy, however silly it might be, needs some truthfulness in acting and story to be enjoyable for me. This story about nuns, swearing, fighting and raping slaves is way over the top and the many vulgar "jokes" are just made for cheap "comedy" effect. Vulgar can be funny. And it is to an extent, but vulgar jokes is all there is and one has to like that. Perhaps best suited for a teenager audience?
The story for those still interested: nuns in a monastery go wild. They swear, they fight, they rape. And they swear, fight and rape some more.
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