Saturday, February 23, 2019

SPOOKY FIRST PHOTOS FROM NEW GOTHIC PERIOD SET MINI SERIES LAMBS OF GOD WITH ESSIE DAVIS, SAM REID, ANN DOWD

'LAMBS OF GOD'
GOTHIC SERIES WITH ESSIE DAVIS, ANN DOWD AND SAM REID
Rejoice, spylings, we have first photos from one of the most anticipated of this year's new epic shows! Period set Gothic thriller LAMBS OF GOD should hit Australian Foxtel sometime this year starring Essie Davis, Ann
The series will premiere next month at Series Mania in Lille, France
Dowd and Sam Reid in a four part drama which centres around three eccentric, secluded nuns living on a remote island, forgotten by time and the Church – until a priest unwittingly happens upon them.

LAMBS OF GOD FOLLOWS
 the journey of three Catholic nuns, Sisters Iphigenia (Essie Davis), Margarita (Ann Dowd) and Carla (Jessica Barden), who are the last
Our dearest Sam Reid plays the only man in the series
remaining members of the enclosed order of St Agnes. They have forgotten the world outside until a young priest, Father Ignatius (Sam Reid), pushes his way through the undergrowth in the hope of finding prime real estate. What
The series will air sometime this summer on Foxtel in Australia
unfolds is a psychological and frightening game of survival; a thrilling ride in which the nuns become criminals and Father Ignatius is forced to confront his own personal weaknesses.

FERAL NUNS IN A MONASTERY
As you can see from the photos, the mini series, a small screen adaptation of a  a Marele Day novel, will be very atmospheric and highly stylized, a lush,
The series was shot in Sydney and Tasmania!
evocative drama that is both ancient and incredibly modern, with its timeless message of resilience, and the power of story- telling as a redemptive force. Written by Sarah Lambert, it was directed by Jeffrey Walker.

14 comments:

  1. Sounds captivating - monks and nuns usually are, with or without a flock of sheep.
    The plot is relevant to our times, through the young priest's mission to sell the convent for real estate profit.

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    1. yes, they're really trying to sell everything that they can these days, sometimes they flock on a piece of property like birds of prey!

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    1. it looks like they were butchering a pig or something!

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  3. I have a thing for nuns, but FERAL nuns . . . YOWZA! I don't know if we'll get to see that Australian series here in Canada, so perhaps I should check out the book on which it's based.

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    1. I think you will get to see it, Debs, probably on the same channel that aired Picnic at the Hanging Rock because that one was also from Foxtel!
      I do like naughty fantasies with monks LOL there are many a joyfully naughty film with that topic :)

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  4. This miniseries sounds like it's my cuppa tea. I'll have to torrent it if we don't get it here.

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  5. I do like the sound of feral nuns, it reminds me of my schooldays!

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    1. oh, noes, Fran, I can only imagine... but I think I don't want to :))) Irish nuns really are sometimes a special kind of bitches indeed.

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