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Death Of The Virgin

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2009
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101 min
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Death Of The Virgin, On Demand Movie, Horror DigitalMovies, Thriller & Suspense DigitalMovies, Thriller

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Plot: Based on a true story, this chilling tale follows, May, a young Canadian woman with a horrifying past, as she travels to the small, highly spiritual town to take her vows into nun hood. There she begins to have premonitions of various murders that seem to be related to the paintings of Caravaggio. When the inexplicable murders start happening, May is plagued by merciless dreams and a tortured ghost that haunts her waking hours. In an escalation of terror and madness, she discovers an obscure secret that digs deep into the history of the town. Starring: Natasha Allan (AMY GEORGE), Daniel Baldock (LETTERS TO JULIET), Maria Grazia Cucinotta (THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH, IL POSTINO).
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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