Teresa: The Making Of A Saint Trailer
Hotness is next to godliness
A trailer for Teresa: The Making Of A Saint has hit the interweb and you can see it here.
The film stars Sophie Maes (Before There Was One, The Large Bag) as Agnes, a young Macedonian woman who is raised in a world ravaged by war, but finds her salvation by answering God's message and dedicating her life to The Lord via the wearing of a wimple and not having the sex with the men. But...but her passions are aroused, her faith tested and her font set asimmering by a handsome young priest. Will she live her life for God or throw habit to the wind and follow her heart? Whatever her decision, it will change the world...forever.
The film marks the big budget debut of Mel Cohen, who began his career with the short film Hamsters Are People Too and found cult fame with his indie drama The Butter Man. The film is already receiving significant buzz from early screenings – one critic famously began talking in tongues during a pivotal moment, much to the disturbance of the others in attendance who couldn't hear what was going on and wrote 'shut the hell up' in the air with their little light-up pens. So high is studio confidence that there are rumours that Cohen has already begun work on the a sequel, Teresa 2: Nun More Back.