The Little Hours (2017)
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Boccaccio for millennials.
What a strange film. There's "deadpan," and then there's "No one told the director it was a comedy."
I'm guessing this film had an unusually high merkin budget.
Right up my alley. I love movies that humanize people in the past, especially through comedy. It's several young women holed up in a building with no outside contact, it's no different in the 21st century or the 13th century, people are people.
For warning: this is a really weird movie. Like...really weird, especially towards the end. It felt very much in the vein of "Norsemen" on Netflix. There's bizarre sex/rape scenes, drugs, etc. which is all the more off putting because it's about nuns. I loved it, but I could easily see people not liking it. It's absolutely hilarious, but it's a very specific and peculiar style, so proceed with caution.
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