Nun – USA, 2017 – reviews

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‘Old habits die hard.’

Nun – formerly titled Gas Light – is a 2017 American mystery horror feature film directed by Chad Dossett from a screenplay co-written with Chuck Cuellar. The movie stars Julianna Robinson, William McNamara and Kirsten Roeters.


A troubled nun, Sister Gracie Rose (Julianna Robinson), attempts to confront the haunts of her past by visiting an old flame in a distant city. Along the way she stops in a desolate river town to retrieve an item from a storage facility and finds herself trapped after hours in the partially renovated old building…

Cast and characters:

  • Julianna Robinson … Sister Gracie Rose
  • William McNamara … Doctor Ernest Hancock
  • Kirsten Roeters … Clementine
  • Benjamin Alan … Johnny
  • Jeffrey Johnson … Hospital Policeman
  • Mark Jorgensen … Shawneetown Man
  • Angel Stone … Shawneetown Woman
  • Kenny Rice … Himself
  • Claire Cetera … Singer
  • Aaron Mackey … St. Ambrose Boy
  • Courtney Mackey … St. Ambrose Girl
  • Emily Spalding … Screaming Woman
  • Joshua Lee … Aaron Murphy
  • Alan McBride … Attendant
  • Jordan Stephan … Shawneetown Policeman

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One Comment on “Nun – USA, 2017 – reviews”

  1. ‘A troubled nun confronts the haunts of her past by visiting an old flame in a distant city.’

    It sounds like a bad plan before the opening credits have finished.

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