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Saint Maud (DVD)

Saint Maud is a 2019 British psychological horror film written and directed by Rose Glass in her feature directorial debut. The story follows hospice nurse Maud (portrayed by Morfydd Clark), a recent convert to Roman Catholicism, who becomes obsessed with a former dancer in her care (Jennifer Ehle), believing she must save her soul by any means necessary.

Saint Maud premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on 8 September 2019, and was theatrically released in the United Kingdom on 9 October 2020 by StudioCanal UK. The film received acclaim from critics, who praised the direction, atmosphere, performances, and score.

Condition

New

Actor

Andrea Cornwell, British Film Institute; Film4, Oliver Kassman

Publisher

A24

Published Date

2021

Age group
Rating MPA

R

Recording Studio

A24

Format

DVD

Amazon ASIN

B09DV8VVQT

UPC / EAN

031398318583

Year

2019

ReleaseDate

2021-02-12

RuntimeMins

84

RuntimeStr

1h 24min

Awards

Nominated for 2 BAFTA Awards, 11 wins & 32 nominations total

Directors

Rose Glass

Writers

Rose Glass

Stars

Morfydd Clark, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Jennifer Ehle

Produced by

Daniel Battsek, Mary Burke, Andrea Cornwell, Tim Dennison, Oliver Kassman, Sam Lavender

Music by

Adam Janota Bzowski

Cinematography by

Ben Fordesman

Film Editing by

Mark Towns

Casting By

Kharmel Cochrane

Production Design by

Paulina Rzeszowska

Art Direction by

Isobel Dunhill

Set Decoration by

Anna Mould

Costume Design by

Tina Kalivas

Makeup Department

Satinder Chumber, Robb Crafer, Emmalee Etherington, Velina Iankova, Alex King, Jacquetta Levon, Jane Maier, Kristyan Mallett

Production Management

Charlotte Dean, Anna Jancsó

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Rory Broadfoot, Andrew Cumming, Nathan Foote, Cordelia Hardy, Naomi King, Gareth Lewis, Toby Spanton

Art Department

Ursa Banton-Miller, Jessica Barrell, Alannah Byrne, Katie Clarke, Frantisek Copf, Edward Grayson, Edward Grayson, Callum Haden, Douglas Ingram, Charlie Innell, Baris Kareli, Annie McClure, Ysra-el st Clair Miller, Anna Oldham-Cooper, Sophia Daly Rossin, Mark Smith, Lionel Stanhope, George Syborn, James Waddingham, Robyn Wilton

Sound Department

Craig Conybeare, Ben Cross, Paul Davies, Simon Farmer, Andrew Jones, Andrew Stirk, Ian Waggott, Hannes Wannerberger, Adam Williams, Adam Clayton Williams

Special Effects by

Baris Kareli, Scott MacIntyre, Eddy Popplewell

Visual Effects by

Miguel Algora, Nicholas Bennett, Nick Bennett, Christian Block, Gary J. Brown, Kerrie Bryant, Tim Chauncey, Zoe Cousins, Danielle Dunster, Chris Forrester, Keagan Harris, Keagan Harris, Joe Holt, Timothy P. Jones, David Myles, Diogo Oliveira, Rob Pizzey, Tommy Southgate, Kate Warburton

Stunts

Gary Arthurs, Andy Bennett, Bill Davey, Rachael Evelyn, Nadia Hansell

Camera and Electrical Department

Teresa Adamson, John Ash, Sean Beasley, David Bird, David Bird, Sam Bull, Tom Bull, Jake Butt, Ben Caldwell, Dean Coffey, Malcolm Cooper, Marn Davies, Matt Dickinson, James Elias, Noah Furrer, Ken Gammon, Edel Gardner, Ryan Gould, Alan Graham, Julia Green, Ernie Griffith, Neil Hawkins, Tim Jordan, Veronica Keszthelyi, Raz Khamehseifi, David Lewis, Angel Loranca, James Malamatinas, Ben Manwaring, Alison Martin, Lee Naylor-Vane, Elliott Pate, Terry Pate, Richard Potter, Jerry Pradon, Laura Radford, Ben Ransley, Luciana Riso, Rob Stewart, Alison Streatfield, Paul Tattersfield, Sam Tiley, Antonis Tsiakos, Edward Tucker, Nick Wall, Doug Walshe, Wolfie Wasserman, Neil Webster, Angus Young

Animation Department

Tiago Barbosa

Casting Department

Joelle Cochrane, May Douglas, Ariane Mason

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Grace James, Devon Opp, Mia Hope Radford

Editorial Department

Sophie Billington, Jonathan Collard, Tom Corbett, Rob Farris, Neil Harrison, Lawrence Hook, Emma Liu, John Percival, Alexander Phillips, Finlay Reid, Tom Rogers, Tommy Southgate, Daniel Tomlinson, Laurent Treherne, Chloe Warner-Harris

Location Management

Paul Coverdale, Alastair Don, Joe Gradwell, Konstantinos Iordanou, Mark Rigby, Joseph Simmons, Jess Waluga, Ian Warner, Ian Warner

Music Department

Lesley Jackson, Jen Moss, Robin Stout, Superhuman, Liam Westbrook

Script and Continuity Department

Shaida Kazemi

Transportation Department

Neil Maiden, Tony O Neill, Colin Sheffield

Additional Crew

Reno Antoniades, Claire Ashton, Casper Bach, Fred Bentley, Louise Bradley, Francesca Castelbuono, Jordan Chandler, Celine Coulson, Alex Critchley, Lauren Dark, Simone Dawkins, Grace Dickinson, Rose Dyfebeedell, Jackson Ezard, Nick Fore, Rose Fyfebeedell, Jonny Garbutt, Patrick Gillespie, Paul Haddock, George Hamilton, Paul Hillier, Daisy-May Hudson, Mick Hurrell, Kristin Irving, Matt Jarman, Conor Kane, Eddie Kane, Emily Leach, Dean Light, Grant Martindale, Alastair Mavor, Mike Medcraft, Jessica Moran, Nancy, Paul Sutton, Antony Swiatek, Katie Volker, Alexander Waldemar, Ian Warner, Rafe Williams

Thanks

Michael Kuhn, Sanford Lieberson, Frederick Manners, Sarah Nichols, Judy Spours, Thora Woodward, Eva Yates

Genres

Drama, Horror, Mystery

Companies

Escape Plan Productions, Film4, BFI Film Fund

Countries

UK

Languages

English, Welsh

ContentRating

R

ImDbRating

6.7

ImDb Rating Votes

35500

Metacritic Rating

83

Short Description

Saint Maud is a 2019 British psychological horror film written and directed by Rose Glass in her feature directorial debut. The story follows hospice nurse Maud (portrayed by Morfydd Clark), a recent convert to Roman Catholicism, who becomes obsessed with a former dancer in her care (Jennifer Ehle), believing she must save her soul by any means necessary.

Saint Maud premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on 8 September 2019, and was theatrically released in the United Kingdom on 9 October 2020 by StudioCanal UK. The film received acclaim from critics, who praised the direction, atmosphere, performances, and score.

Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross

$1,383,868

Keywords

Dying patient,care giver,obsession,female vomiting,self harm