Starring: Morfydd Clark, Jennifer Ehle, Lily Knight, Lily Frazer, Turlough Convery, Rosie Sansom, Marcus Hutton, Carl Prekopp, Noa Bodner
Psychological horror written and directed by Rose Glass. The story follows Maud (Morfydd Clark), a pious nurse, who becomes dangerously fixated with saving the soul of her dying patient, Amanda (Jennifer Ehle). However, sinister forces, and her own sinful past, threaten to put an end to her holy calling.
Maud: Dear God, your presence graces the air, and soon, everyone will see.
Maud: It takes nothing special to mop up after the dying. But to save a soul, that’s quite something.
Maud: Bless Amanda’s body, and bless her mind, which is shrouded in darkness.
Amanda: [to Maud] You’re prettier than the last one.
Amanda: When you pray, do you get a response?
Maud: It’s like he’s physically in me. It’s how he guides me.
Amanda: My little savior.
Joy: Hey, I thought that was you. What you up to?
Maud: I’m a private carer.
Joy: You’re still nursing?
Joy: And they know what happened?
Amanda: I just want to see you loosen up.
Maud: I’ve got more important things on my mind.
Maud: I have a responsibility.
Amanda: Oh, yes, of course.
Amanda: There’s my little saint.
Amanda: Maud, he isn’t real.
[Maud suddenly slaps Amanda]
Maud: Nothing worthwhile comes easy.
Amanda: [to Maud] You must be the loneliest girl I’ve ever seen.
Maud: I’m ready and open. I feel fuller of your love than ever before.
Maud: This is life and death on another level.
Maud: What if I’m getting it all wrong?
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