Pact of Silence

Genre: Documentary
90 min


Screel deen!

Screel deen!


Open the door!

Open up!

Shut up in there!

Shut up!




Fever and acute abdominal pain.


Already removed.

I can't find a thing.

-How reassuring!

-Not for me.

Her pulse is elevated.

She has violent abdominal pain.

I'm keeping her in for observation.

But you said she's fine.

So it seems.

I'm taking her out.

I can't allow it.

I'll bring her back tomorrow.

Do you have her file?

When can she travel?

She has to leave?

We're closing the mission temporarily.

Didn't you know? Aren't you leaving, too?

Yes, home to Paris.

-What about her file?

-I've forgotten it.

No, let me handle this.

Quiet now.

See you tomorrow.

I almost forgot.

No drugs.

Only herbs.

It's against our rules.

Mother Emmanuelle.

What does ''screel deen'' mean?

Sister Sarah often cries out...

something like ''screel deen''

or ''creel deen.''

Do you understand that?

No. I have no idea.

Something wrong?

No, I'm okay.

I'm okay.


A cheeseburger.

Bet you haven't eaten junk like that in ages.

Why the transfer?

What'd she do?

Don't ask.

It'd spoil your appetite.



How are your hands?

Lucky you're never the aggressor.

It'd endanger your parole.

So you're studying math.

How far are you?

I'm due to take my master's.

Fractals. Aren't they a bit boring?

It passes the time.

You wouldn't rather be

separated from the others?

I've had enough of solitary.

That's not too smart.

We'll try to keep your secret,

but they'll find out.

The guards won't always be around.

Snore and you're out.

You're not eating?

Are you French?

How's the pain?

I can't feel a thing.

Must be your drugs.

That decoction of herbs. Who prescribed it?

Mother Emmanuelle.

She prescribes potions?

Not her.

A so-called saint from Bechoa.

Santa Omeira, the healer.

An adherent of shamanism.

Mother Emmanuelle says

she's a better Catholic than any of us.

It belongs to a girl next door.

When can I get out?

That's up to you.

I haven't decided a thing in 10 years.

The nurse says you're a Cecilian.

Priest and doctor?

That nurse sure says a lot.

It protects me.

From what?

-You don't believe in it?

-I believe in miracles of faith...

the power of the soul over the body.

And I believe it's not your body

that's suffering right now.

You can talk to me.

To the priest or the doctor?

How old are you?

Nearly 25.

Have you been a Carmelite long?

Ten years.

Ten years.

Isn't that a bit young to follow a calling?

I haven't lost my faith, you know.

I'm not pretending to be sick.

Were you near Yorin during the rioting?

I wasn't one of the nuns who got raped.

You're on the wrong track.

If I'm on the wrong track...

then there's a right one.

No! It's been 10 years.

The mirror.

We're not allowed.

Will you be okay?

-Please leave me alone.

-Are you going back to France?

Do you have family there?

I don't see them anymore.


That's how he got me.

-Come on.


-Come on.


He knocked me up.

Christ, that bastard knew

what he was doing.

You got a guy?

You prefer muff-diving?

Not that I know of.

I hate lesbos.

All I like is cock.

Nothing like a nice, big cock...

don't you think?

What's wrong?


I don't know.

I get this pain here.

The infirmary's there to be used, you know.

How long have you been inside?

Two years?




I get it.

You can't have had much time

to sit on a lot of cocks.

Ten years!

That's rough.

What'd you do?

It's been too long. I've forgotten.

Hey, no sweat.

You'll tell me in your own good time.

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Carlos Echeverría

Carlos Echevarría Zudaire (born 4 November 1940) is a former Spanish professional cyclist. He finished in the top 10 four times in the Vuelta a España, including third place in 1966. He also won two stages of the race, in 1965 and 1966. more…

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