Lambs of God is a dark, gothic tale about three nuns, each a generation apart, living in an isolated convent by the coast, and an unwelcome visitor who enters their lives and changes their world forever.
The show is oriented toward young women and the situations, like blacking out at an office party or being stalked, are potentially scary but antagonists are undeveloped cardboard cutout villains lacking the necessary menace to evoke strong emotion. Protagonists are thrust into situations beyond their control rather than rather than a result of their own decisions. Every man in the show are treated as creepy and suspicious. Even one protagonist's best (only) friend who is apparently a nice guy is portrayed as creepy with camera angles, music, and voice manipulation. And a good portion of the mystery and plot is driven by characters not talking to anyone. At the end the young woman triumphs over evil and men get their comeupance, and the girl smiles at the camera.
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