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  • Movie Name: Saint Maud (2019)
  • IMDb Rating: 6.7/10
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  • Language: Hindi Dubbed | English (Dual Audio)
  • Director: Rose Glass
  • Stars: Morfydd Clark, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Jennifer Ehle
  • Genres: Drama | Horror | MysteryThriller
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Saint Maud is a 2019 British psychological horror film ,
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The story follows hospice nurse Maud (portrayed by Morfydd Clark), a recent convert to Roman Catholicism, who becomes obsessed with a former dancer in her care (Jennifer Ehle), believing she must save her soul by any means necessary.

Saint Maud 2019 Movie – Storyline :

There, but for the grace of God, goes Maud, a reclusive young nurse whose impressionable demeanor causes her to pursue a pious path of Christian devotion after an obscure trauma. Now charged with the hospice care of Amanda, a retired dancer ravaged by cancer, Maud’s fervent faith quickly inspires an obsessive conviction that she must save her ward’s soul from eternal damnation – whatever the cost. Making her feature-film debut, writer/director Rose Glass cannily lures the audience into this disturbed psyche, steadily setting up her veritable diary of a country nurse for an unnerving and ultimately shocking trajectory. Morfydd Clark (also at the Festival in The Personal History of David Copperfield) portrays the sanctimonious Maud with an intense stoicism that belies a disquieting vulnerability, as Maud desperately vies for absolution and solidarity from her embittered patient (an enthralling Jennifer Ehle, also at the Festival in Beneath the Blue Suburban Skies). Glass tenderly captures this relationship with an empathetic gaze that first assumes an ethereal, dreamlike atmosphere – but it isn’t long before Maud’s dogmatic candor incites an irreconcilable friction that spirals her mind into a suffocating confluence of creeping doubt and paranoia. As Glass tightens the screws on her misguided martyr, well-placed nods are made to religious horror forerunners like William Friedkin’s The Exorcist, further contributing to the film’s increasingly dread-filled malaise. And when this insidious fever climatically breaks, the consequences are devastating and terrifying in equal measure.

Review of Saint Maud (2019 Movie):

There are essentially two ways to read ‘Saint Maud (2019)’, though its final half-second pretty much tells you exactly which reading is preferred – intended, even – by its writer/director, and it constantly keeps you flittering back and forth between these readings until its final few frames (literally). A film focusing on a deeply religious character is always going to be controversial, even if it doesn’t depict her doing fanatical and dangerous things, but I don’t think that the picture is condemning religion itself. In fact, I don’t think it’s ‘about’ religion at all. Instead, it’s about loneliness. Maud is a deeply flawed protagonist, spiralling further and further into her own personal delusions as she exhibits increasingly harmful behaviour. However, it’s typically easy to empathise with her, without condoning her actions.

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