In the 1950s in small-town Georgia, a pregnant young woman named Agatha seeks refuge in a convent. What first starts out as the perfect place to have a child turns into a nightmare wherein silence is forced, ghastly secrets are masked, and every bit of willpower Agatha has is tested as she learns the sick and twisted truth of the convent and the odd people that lurk inside its halls.
Most of the crew believed that the basement was haunted. The basement was actually an abandoned old morgue. See more »
When Mary/Agatha is going through Mother Superior's desk she happens upon a stack of money. At the top of the stack is a modern $100 bill with the enlarged face of Benjamin Franklin. These bills were not put into circulation until 1996, which is, at the very minimum 40 years after this film is said to have taken place. See more »
Not horrible.... give it a chance if you have free time.
Certainly nothing to write home about, but it did keep me intrigued. It's slow moving, and works up to a pretty gruesome ending. No surprise twists, and the acting is ok with a very solid performance by Carolyn Hennessy. It kind of wants to be a spin off of AHS Asylum, but doesn't quite make it. Flawed at best, I still felt like it was worth the watch. I found myself drawn toward most of the characters, despite a weak script. Give it a shot. Your might like it!
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