Born in the cult of all women, led by a man in her complex, the girl began to question her own teachings and reality.
Malgorzata Szumowska By:
Michiel Huisman, Raffey Cassidy and Denise Gough | Living with a sheepdog (Michiel Huisman) is the only life known to Selah (Raffey Cassidy). The community itself lacks modern technology and is hidden in the jungle, far from modern civilization. Pastors are patrons, teachers and lovers of the group. Each member of a group of women is his wife or daughter. Selah is sacred in the faith, but also dangerous. She was raised as a daughter of a sheepdog, but before she became a woman, it was only a matter of time. In a meeting with officials who forced women and sheepdogs to build a new land in Eden, Selah is increasingly skeptical of her beliefs and has a strange and bloody outlook. The onset of puberty brought heavy new rituals and the first shocking glimpse of the aging sheepdog women.
The story of Selah (Cassidy), a young girl born in an alternative faith known as a goat. The twins are all women and girls who live in rural areas and are led by a man known only as a sheepdog (Huisman). Selah begins to bond with Sarah (Denise Gough), a dishonored woman who defied the pastors. When Selah participated in the sacred sheep ritual, she had a shocking and transformative experience.