The Little Hours, which is based on Giovanni Boccaccio's 14th century novella The Decameron, the "Human Comedy," is idyllic.
"Good day," he says. "It's a beautiful morning, sisters." "Don't f*cking talk to us!" screams one nun, reaching for a hatchet. The other chimes in with more profanity -- the most I've ever heard spoken in 10 seconds.
The most blistering of the torch-tongued is none other than Aubrey Plaza, who rolled her eyes as "April Ludgate" for all seven seasons of NBC comedy Parks and Rec. Plaza is also a co-producer of The Little Hours, along with her boyfriend... More