Holy Trinity (2019)

  • Queer, LGBTQ, Cult, Experimental, Drama, Comedy, Genre
  • 1h 27m

Trinity is an independent, sex-positive millennial working as a Dominatrix in Chicago. After an incident huffing her drug of choice—a mysterious aerosol can from the ubiquitous Glamhag brand—she finds herself with a newfound gift for speaking to the dead. Confused and more than a little curious about this strange turn of events, Trinity seeks the counsel of a colorful cast of characters, from priests and drag queens to a witch and more, all of whom teach her their unique spiritual practices.

As she navigates life with this unexpected talent (and continues to huff that mysterious drug), Trinity is tossed between hallucination and reality more and more frequently, developing a growing confidence in her strange new ability and learning to harness it in surprising ways. But with any great power comes great responsibility, and soon Trinity has to decide what’s more important: her community and personal relationships or the allure of influence and fame

Boasting an inclusive cast (including Theo Germaine from Netflix’s The Politician) and crew comprised of diverse communities often neglected in mainstream cinema and approaching typically taboo subjects with verve and acceptance, Holy Trinity is a sometimes raunchy, always entertaining celebration of all that makes us different. In their feature film debut, writer, director and star Molly Hewitt presents a vibrant and vivid portrait of friendship, spirituality and community, with more than a little glam sprinkled in along the way.

Director

Molly Hewitt

Language(s)

English