After becoming infatuated with Amanda, Maud — a recent Roman Catholic convert — suspects she’s the victim of a demonic possession, and it makes sense, given that she has visions of bloody bodies, floats into the air in the middle of the night, and seemingly can’t enjoy an evening out at the pub without a swirling tornado from hell manifesting itself in her beer.
The new trailer also features a delightful scene in which a woman puts her full weight on a pair of broken ankles (complete with a delectable crunching sound) and Maud lights herself on fire. Spring has truly sprung!
Saint Maud — which debuted to glowing reviews at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival — creeps into theaters on April 3. Watch the new trailer above.
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