A beautiful young drug addict who is saved from the brink of death, Johanna (Orsolya Tóth) believes she has been touched by a divine grace. On becoming a nurse, she begins to cure the sick through a miraculous form of sexual healing. It is not before long that this unconventional approach incurs the hate and derision of her fellow hospital staff, who brandish her as a whore. As they attempt to force her out, her patients, who see her as an angel, come to her protection.
Orsolya Tóth, Eszter Wierdl, Zsolt Trill, Tamás Kóbor, Dénes Gulyás, József Hormai, Sándor Kecskés, Viktória Mester, Hermina Fátyol, Andrea Meláth, Kálmán Somody, János Klézli, Géza Gábor, Kolos Kováts, Sándor Egri, István Gantner, István Rácz, Ildikó Cserna
Surely this is such an important point that it should be written prominently on the case or mentioned in the review. Not a word is spoken. The unaccompanied music is contemporary, not particularly my thing.
If this is what you are expecting; and it is quite as arty as you would expect given that, it is quite a reasonable film. I wasn't expecting that so the shock lasted a while.
Most of the film is set in a slum hospital. I'm not sure why it was so grotesque.