Saturday, August 24, 2013

Mean Nuns (1986)

Director: Makis Antonopoulos

Starring: Eva Beneta, Mary Garitsi, Liana Hatzi, Kaiti Delli, Katerina Loannidou, Aleka Makri, Aris Tsiounis, Thania Zoga

More info: IMDb

Plot:  Beats me.

My rating: 3/10

Will I watch it again? No.

AKA Agries Kalogries

Part of the Nunsploitation Project (July & August 2013). Click here for more naughty nun insanity!

I didn't understand a lick of it.  It's all Greek to me.  Ahahahahahaha.  Get it?  It was made in Greece?  Ugh.  I really hope this is the last Nunsploitation picture I have to watch that doesn't have any English language option.  This is getting brutal.  Sometimes you can get the gist of what's going on even if you don't understand what's being said but this one was impossible for me.  The Internet claims it's a Nunsploitation picture.  Look at the VHS cover.  But what it comes down to is nuns and priests not doing much more than talking, exercising,

talking but acting like they might get it on,

talking, smoking weed,

talking, making like they're going to get it on,

talking, and they get it on,

talking, more talking,

talking, making like they're going to get it on,

talking, getting it on,

talking, please get it on,

talking, two of them getting it on,

talking, standing around perhaps thinking about getting it on but, alas, the movie is over and they didn't get it on.

I honestly have no fucking idea what this is about.  I found one reference on the net that said it was based on a play and that it's a comedy. There were a few moments that looked funny but that's about it.  There is an extraordinary amount of dialogue.  While there is some nun hanky panky going on, there isn't a lick of nudity.  Nada.  Tipota.  No bare vizya, no thilis, tipota.  The sex scenes are only implied and end right as they begin (or end). The only laughs you'll find (unless maybe you can speak Greek, then you need to tell me what this is about) are on the music soundtrack.  It's all instrumental music from other movies like GHOSTBUSTERS (1984) and THE PINK PANTHER (1963) which makes it pretty bizarre and adds to the no budget feel of it, as if the VHS camcorder it was filmed on wasn't enough.  Watch it in full on the video posted above if you dare.

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