The Little Hours

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Anonymous picture

The least funny part is the "nuns who swear" idea. Fortunately, there's a lot else that's funny in this film. It's also surprisingly beautiful.

Anonymous picture

It was okay, if you follow some of these actors (a lot are known in the cast) they're playing the same role they do in every movie they are in. The story is okay, the ending is happy. I never read 'The Decameron' tales III, 1 and III, 2 so I don't know how it compares in this adaptation.

Anonymous picture

Mind-bending. Funny on one plane; just plain weird on another; and thoughtful and touching on a third. Great performances by all the cast.

Olivia avatar

As one film critic said, ‘a consistently wacky screwball’. A lot of fun to watch.

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