This movie centers around Marcy who is welcomed into a cult where everyone is supposedly loved and accepted by all others.
Things start to go down south when all girls have to go through a “cleansing” with the cult leader, where they are drugged and forced into sex.
Marcy doesn’t mind much at first because everyone goes through it and she see’s nothing wrong with what is being done, until she witnesses the cult robbing a house and killing the owner.
Only then does she start to question the cult’s motives and eventually runs away and stays with her sister where she is constantly trying to drive away the demons that plagued her from the time she was in the cult.
The sequence of events is continuously jumping back and forth from her time away from the cult with her sister and when she’s actually inside cult.
It allows the audience to see how traumatized she can get in certain situations and immediately jump to the past to reveal what happened to her to cause so much traumatization.
The movie does a good job of revealing how people can become brain-washed into joining a cult while also demonstrating why it’s so hard for some people to turn away from it once they’ve been committed.
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, because it provided a glimpse into the life of what happens all over the world.