In 1957, the teenager Mary (Sabrina Kern) feels guilty for the accidental death of her young brother drowned in a bathtub. She decides to leave her alcoholic father to live with her boyfriend Jimmy (Justin Miles). They become con artists, but one day one of their victims discovers the scheme and take all their money. Pregnant and left without any means of survival, Mary decides to leave Jimmy, who is a musician, and move to an isolated convent to deliver the baby. She is welcomed by the Mother Superior (Carolyn Hennesy), but soon Mary learns that there is a scheme in the convent to take the babies from the pregnant women.
"St. Agatha" is a film labeled with the horror genre, but there is basically cruelty and not horror. However, it is not a bad movie, but the viewer needs to have the stomach for watching the cruelties that Mary is submitted in the convent by the nuns. My vote is six.
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