Images in a Convent
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|Images in a Convent|
|Directed by||Joe D'Amato|
|Written by||Joe D'Amato (as Tom Salima)|
|Music by||Nico Fidenco|
|February 4, 1979|
93 minutes (USA uncut)
The film belongs to the 'nunsploitation' subgenre. It contains strong scenes of graphic violence relating to demonic possession, as well as hardcore pornography (including explicit lesbianic depictions of digital penetration and cunnilingus).
Behind the walls of a secluded convent, the nuns commit sexual acts at night with each other, while living in fear that their Mother Superior may learn of their transgressions. One day, an injured man appears at the convent and the sisters take him in. One by one, the nuns become attracted to the man and take turns visiting his room at night. Unbeknownst to them, Satan has also entered the convent and is turning the nuns into horny sinners. Finally an exorcist (Donald O'Brien) is sent to the convent, to drive out Satan and restore godliness to the monastery's lustful inhabitants.
- Paola Senatore: Isabella
- Marina Hedman: suor Marta
- Paola Maiolini: suor Consolata
- Donald O'Brien: exorcist
- Aïché Nana: Madre Superiore
- Angelo Arquilla
- Maria Rosaria Riuzzi
- Giovanna Mainardi
- Pietro Zardini
Images in a Convent was released direct to video in the US and UK.
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