Synopsis of Coven on Movies Office: 1609, Basque Country (north to Spain). In a land complete of pagan legends and ancient traditions, Judge Rostegui belonging the Spanish Inquisition is chosen via king Felipe III to be sent with a notary and a group of squaddies to purify all of the location, journeying city by using town to burn any lady with signs to be a witch. Obsessed to reveal the secrets of the infamous Sabbat (a theoretical banquet in which the witches make a ritual not best to summon The Devil, but to vow loyalty and mate with him) and denied to agree with that it does not exists in his absolute conviction that it’s for real, Rostegui arrives to an unnamed coastal village with out a men (after they may be sailors navigating through the ocean) wherein five ladies in their 20 years antique are arrested: Ana, Olaia, María, Maider and the still teen Katalin. Not knowing the purpose for the arrest, the women are submitted to a tough interrogatory such as torture to get the confession about they may be witches and the way it is the ritual of Sabbat. After to study horrified how Maider is shaved in her head to bald and severely tortured in her frame searching out the Satan’s seal (a supposedly mystery and invisible mark left in the frame of a witch that it leaves this part of her frame insensitive to any pain), a horrifying Ana convinces to the rest for inventing all the Sabbat for Rostegui, explaining it as long as be feasible, hoping that their fathers comeback in per week at some stage in the whole moon tide. Discovering the special interest of Rostegui on her, and mixing Basque ancient traditions with popular songs, Ana and the others will use all their creativeness to keep their lives. But Rostegui starts to suspect if Ana and the relaxation are in genuine the witches that all at once they claim to be and their goal to celebrate Sabbat.
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