Actors:Taissa Farmiga, Demián Bichir, Bonnie Aarons, Jonas Bloquet, Ingrid Bisu, Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Lili Taylor, Charlotte Hope, Sandra Teles, Maria Obretin, August Maturo, Jack Falk, Lynnette Gaza, Ani Sava, Michael Smiley, Gabrielle Downey, David Horovitch, Tudor Munteanu, Lili Bordán, Scarlett Hicks, Izzie Coffey, Jared Morgan, Laur Dragan, Eugeniu Cozma, Manuela Ciucur, Beatrice Péter, Ana Udroiu, Andreea Sovan, Dana Voicu, Andreea Moldovianu, Beatrice Rubica, Claudia Susanu, Boiangiu Alma, Gabriela Irina Dinca, Dee Bradley Baker, Debra Wilson, Mark Steger, Lidiya Korotko, Emma Appleton, Jonny Coyne, Natalie Creek, Flynn Hayward, Daniel Mandehr, Samson Marraccino, Jamie Muscato, Lourdes Nadres, Simon Rhee, Sandra Rosko, HayRae Rummel, Claudio Lee Smith
Plot of the film "The Nun"
After a pre-credit episode featuring a nun and the comic character Kay Kay, we are quickly introduced to Anna and her family. She and her dentist husband Mike move into their own housing after renting a house from Mike's grumpy aunt, a real estate agent, Donna, for a while. Claire, Anna's daughter from a previous marriage, moves in with them. It seems that the family is starting a new life, but a demonic nun named Sister Catherine wants Claire to stay a little longer. And by "a little" she means "forever." As soon as Mike drives Claire to school and Anna is left alone in the house, shit hits the fan. I was shocked by the frenzied pace that sets the film to the fifteen-minute mark. He's damn relentless, which is definitely cool, but I wondered why the violence is so intense so early. Will the film be able to withstand such a pace? As it turned out, yes, he can, of course, with several strategically well-placed quiet moments. Be prepared: this is a movie that will push you almost from start to finish. Exciting, yes, but on a technical level, the film leaves much to be desired. The acting, at least, is good, and the design of the creatures and the makeup of the nun were just great...