Directed by Anders Morgenthaler
The 32-year-old clergyman August returns home from years of missionary work after hearing about the death of his sister Christina, who after going from greatness to the gutter as the famous porn star "The Princess" - has finally died of drug abuse. She has left her five year-old daughter Mia, with a prostitute. August visits the brothel to bring Mia home with him and becomes her guardian. Burdened by sorrow, guilt and unspeakable rage August goes on a rampage to avenge his sister's death and brings her small daughter with him. The mission escalates into a brutal and violent rout as August attempts desperately to protect the only thing he holds dear, "Mia", forcing him to make a fateful decision.
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