Based loosely on the 1760 novel "La Religieuse" by Denis Diderot, Convent Of Sinners follows the troubled life of Susanna Simona (Italian sex symbol, Eva Grimaldi). After being raped by her stepfather, she's banished to a convent where she quickly becomes the object of lust for priests and nuns alike. Confused and angered by their feelings, they accuse her of being possessed by the devil.
But all you really need to know is that Convent Of Sinners is a nun-sploitation classic, fully-loaded with writhing naked nuns, hot habit-on-habit action, and enough sexual blasphemy to inspire endless self-flagellation. From the Stepfather of Sleaze, director Joe D'Amato (Images in a Convent, Porno Holocaust). Also known as La Monaca Nel Peccato and Kloster Der 1000 Todsunden.
After being raped by her own father, Susanna is sent off to a convent, where she is punished and shamed for what was done to her. Never wanting to be at the convent in the first place, the young woman finds herself falling in love with a priest. Not about to let this happen, the nuns develop a web of lies designed to keep Susanna under their control.