Roseanne McNulty should abandon the future destroyed psychological organization in Roscommon, Ireland that she’s called house for over 50 years. The healthcare facility’s psychoanalyst, Dr. William Grene, is hired to analyze her problem. He discovers himself fascinated by Roseanne’s relatively ambiguous routines as well as tics, as well as her strong add-on to her Scriptures, which she has more than the years changed right into a palimpsest of bible, illustrations, as well as puzzling journal entrances. As Grene dives deeper right into Roseanne’s past, we see her as a girl, whose personal appeal verifies sexy. We find out that she transferred to Sligo to operate in her auntie’s coffee shop, fell for a rushing boxer pilot, which a neighborhood clergyman dropped unfortunately crazy with her.