Saint Maud

Saint Maud

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Saint Maud

A fervently religious nurse obsesses over saving the soul of one of her patients in this psychological horror from debut feature director Rose Glass.

"There, but for the grace of God, goes Maud (Morfydd Clark, Crawl), a reclusive young nurse whose impressionable demeanour causes her to pursue a pious path of Christian devotion after an obscure trauma. Now charged with the hospice care of Amanda (Jennifer Ehle, A Quiet Passion), 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." (Toronto International Film Festival)

202083 minsUK
Horror
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IndieWire

IndieWire

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Rose Glass' taut and trembling Saint Maud transmutes a young woman's spiritual crisis into such a refined story of body horror that genre fans might feel like they're having a religious experience.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Saint Maud seeds the clouds with an eclectic mix of influences, but it works, creating a film with its own strange weather.

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Variety

Variety

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Maud is like Carrie White and her mother Margaret rolled into one unholy holy terror; as played with brilliant, blood-freezing intensity by Morfydd Clark, she's a genre anti-heroine to cherish, protect and recoil from, sometimes all at once.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

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Glass... achieves a delicate balance in taking Maud's religious conviction seriously, while sensitively portraying the mental disturbance that drives it.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

press

Rose Glass' taut and trembling Saint Maud transmutes a young woman's spiritual crisis into such a refined story of body horror that genre fans might feel like they're having a religious experience.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Saint Maud seeds the clouds with an eclectic mix of influences, but it works, creating a film with its own strange weather.

0
Variety

Variety

press

Maud is like Carrie White and her mother Margaret rolled into one unholy holy terror; as played with brilliant, blood-freezing intensity by Morfydd Clark, she's a genre anti-heroine to cherish, protect and recoil from, sometimes all at once.

0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Glass... achieves a delicate balance in taking Maud's religious conviction seriously, while sensitively portraying the mental disturbance that drives it.

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