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In fact, the movie is not quite anything at all — not quite a comedy, not quite an exploitation flick. We see Fernanda Aubrey Plaza , swathed in a heavy black habit, before we hear her, as she leads a donkey back to the convent. She, and the other nuns, Genevra Kate Micucci and Alessandra Alison Brie speak in the slangy, obscenity-laden language of modern youth. They take out some of their frustrations on the gardener, verbally abusing and assaulting him before he runs off. To replace him, Father Tommasso John C. Reilly , brings on young hunk Massetto Dave Franco , whom he finds in the woods. The lesbian scenes are little more than dorm room experimentation; the occult fertility ritual a joke.
The film is loosely based on the first and second stories of the third day of The Decameron , a collection of novellas by Giovanni Boccaccio. Reilly , and Molly Shannon. Set in medieval times, the film is told in an anachronistic style, with contemporary dialogue and behavior. The plot jointly follows the lives of three nuns at a convent located in the countryside who encounter a young gardener posing as a deaf-mute. The film received positive reviews from critics, with praise for the cast's performances.
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