Natalia is a nineteen-year-old novice who reluctantly returns home to say goodbye to her dying father. However, when she meets up with her sister and her friends, she decides instead to travel the jungle in search of mystical plant.
Natalia is a nineteen-year-old novice who reluctantly returns home to say goodbye to her dying father. However, when she meets up with her sister and her friends, she decides instead to travel the jungle in search of mystical plant. There, instead of pleasure, they encounter a world of Black Masses, strange pregnancies, bloody deaths and for young nun Natalia, a sexually violent clash with the Devil himself.
Well, usually Argentina puts out some quality creative drama, but this time - ughhh! Still another demon possession - a been done too-many-times-before script.
1. Usual person wearing a goat's head.
2. Usual CGI or contact lenses - blue eyes if kinda good; red if a real baddie. Usual fake scary demonic teeth for demon possessed.
3. Usual demonic voices in the background or growling demonic voice from the possessed.
4. Usual old big house in a secluded environment.
5. Usual lots of insects - big cockroaches here; also found in the usual strange opening in closet, of course.
6. Usual old garden w/strange tree and sculptures; next to cemetery w/more sculptures.
7. Usual semi-dead ghostly women jumping closer to our innocent nun.
8. Usual lots of lit candles surrounding our future victims; pentagrams on floor or body. To be Argentinian they have an indigenous, face painted, shaman with drumming & chants.
9. Usual pregnant (by whom we wonder) women w/usual upcoming child sacrifice.
Conclusion: About the only thing scary is seeing fake colored eyes & teeth for a few minutes other than that a few people are toast, but we don't see it happen. Film mentions Mahonin, a late 1500s name (given by Catholic exorcists) for a demon possessing a French women.
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