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Orphaned and groomed as a nun, a devout and headstrong Polish teen is forced to take shelter from the outbreak of World War Two with the a band of Jewish partisans, operating in the forests lining the Polish-Soviet border. While with the partisans, the girl – known only by the partial name, “Sister K”, taken from a redacted U.S. intelligence dossier – learns the harsh realities of a fast-moving guerrilla war, trapped between the twin brutalities of the Nazis and the Soviet Red Army...and along the way, falls tragically in love. At war’s end, Sister K discovers to her horror that a network of Catholic priests – motivated by a mix of fear, greed, and anti-Communism – are helping Nazi war criminals escape justice and flee Europe under new identities on a tangled international network of “ratlines”, mostly to South America. Disgusted, Sister K makes her way to Rome to inform Vatican authorities. But there, she discovers that the policy of assisting and sheltering war criminals goes far beyond a few rogue priests. When she presses the matter, shadowy figures threaten Sister K with murder, and she reacts – lethally. A cycle of violence begins – softened only by Sister K’s adoption of Fiorella, another orphan...this one kept by corrupted priests for “entertainment”. Together with Fiorella – and monitored by a U.S. intelligence officer with unknown intentions – Sister K resolves to purify her beloved Church...by any means necessary.