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The Little Hours

  • Starring: Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, John C. Reilly, Dave Franco
  • Director: Jeff Baena
  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Rating: R
  • Running Time: 90 min.

Medieval nuns Alessandra (Alison Brie), Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza), and Ginevra (Kate Micucci) lead a simple life in their convent. Their days are spent chafing at monastic routine, spying on one another, and berating the estate’s day laborer. After a particularly vicious insult session drives the peasant away, Father Tommasso (John C. Reilly) brings on new hired hand Massetto (Dave Franco), a virile young servant forced into hiding by his angry lord. Introduced to the sisters as a deaf-mute to discourage temptation, Massetto struggles to maintain his cover as the repressed nunnery erupts in a whirlwind of pansexual horniness, substance abuse, and wicked revelry. [Sundance]

"This is one of the funniest movies of the year. "
- Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
"The movie is not camp. It’s deliciously deadpan sex farce played by some of the deftest clowns in the English-speaking world. The more matter-of-fact it is, the more screamingly funny."
- )David Edelstein, New York Magazine (Vulture)
"It's often hysterically funny, especially when allowing its talented cast to play up to their individual strengths."
- Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com
"A winning ensemble brings present-day attitude to Boccaccio's irreverent sex comedy."
- John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter
"Writer-director Jeff Baena has squeezed heart into this film, particularly with a surprisingly sincere, potent ending. Beneath all the bodily fluids and sex jokes, Baena and his actors show a deep fascination with the way we communicate our love, romantically and platonically — especially when the going gets tough. "
- Chris Plante, The Verge
"Matching a crackling wit with the absurd dissonance of time and place found in the best of Monty Python and Mel Brooks, Little Hours is so eager to please that its one-note humor lands with ease. "
- Eric Kohn, indieWire

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