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The Little Hours

Alessandra, Fernanda, and Ginevra are three foul-mouthed nuns driven to near-insanity by their lives at a secluded convent. And then Masseto shows up. A young man seeking refuge from the vengeance of his master, Masseto gets thrown into the middle of the crazy day-to-day lives of the sisters and priest at the convent. This film adaptation of a tale from Giovanni Boccaccio's 14-century story collection The Decameron stars Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Micucci, and Dave Franco, and comes to theaters June 30, 2017.

  • The Origin of Lamborghini

    The names Ferrari and Lamborghini call to mind one thing: Sleek, snarling sports cars capable of speed and handling no other automobiles can match. Shrouding in mystique and legend, the raging bull and prancing stallion have produced some of the most desirable moving works of art the work has ever seen. But a closer look at the history of Lamborghini reveals a foundation in something as opposite to high-performance autos as can be imagined — tractors. Great Big Story looks at how Enzo Ferrari's slight at Ferruccio Lamborghini created one of the most intense rivalries in the automobile industry.

  • The Keepers

    In 1969, Sister Cathy Cesnik disappeared. A beloved teacher at the Archbishop Keough High School in Baltimore, Maryland, Sister Cathy's body was discovered two months after her disappearance behind a dumpster in a landfill. 25 years later, two women would come forward with testimony that implicated two priests at the Catholic high school and a local gynecologist in the murder. Sexual abuse by the priests and a conspiracy to cover up the crime are what allegedly lead to Sister Cathy's death — they killed to keep her silent. The cold case and the allegations of abuse, murder, and corruption that reach the highest levels of the Church and the Baltimore police are all examined in The Keepers, coming to Netflix May 17, 2017.