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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Sydney Sweeney (Anyone But You, Euphoria, The White Lotus) stars as Cecilia, an American nun of devout faith, embarking on a new journey in a remote convent in the picturesque Italian countryside. Cecilia’s warm welcome quickly devolves into a nightmare as it becomes clear her new home harbors a sinister secret and unspeakable horrors.

Cast

  • Sydney Sweeney
  • Álvaro Morte
  • Simona Tabasco
  • Benedetta Porcaroli
  • Giorgio Colangeli
  • Dora Romano
  • Giampiero Judica

Atom User Reviews

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Verified Review
#creepy
#notmyfave

Had higher hopes for this, definitely will not see it again.

DW
Danielle W
Verified Review
#boring

Clearly the team only knows how to shoot a trailer and not a film. It feels like pieces and pieces glued together and the whole thing doesn’t really flow well. Too much could be delved deeper into but somehow they just leave it that way - broad theme with few details to it. Ending is abrupt and confusing…next time when you let a protagonist scream like the world is collapsing please make sure they don’t do it for a whole minute. It’s tiring for the audience to even stay focused.

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Gracie D

Metacritic

50
Mar 22, 2024

Despite the best efforts of DoP Elisha Christian to create a striking visual identity, the film ultimately brings little to well-trodden cinematic ground, even in its hell-for-leather finale.

Hannah Strong
Little White Lies
50
Mar 21, 2024

Sweeney ably carries the film on that level, though there are beats courtesy of director Michael Mohan and screenwriter Andrew Lobel as likely to elicit uncomfortable chuckles from the audience as fear.

Brian Lowry
CNN
80
Mar 21, 2024

Immaculate doesn’t try to reinvent anything but instead cheerfully embraces the familiar, which is part of what makes the movie enjoyable.

Metacritic review by Manohla Dargis
Manohla Dargis
The New York Times