Christianity is spreading to northern and western Europe through the 313th Flemish of Milan, which guarantees freedom of religion throughout the Roman Empire. Indeed, it is inclined to reflect the progress of the Romans and to face the same difficulties. War and conflict were endemic in Europe. Irish, tied around the empire, was a difficult, hostile and dangerous country with evil. In 1209, Brendan Muldowney’s new film Haj describes the religious confusion, superstition and difficulty in Emerald Isle.
Sister Geraldus (Stanley Weber) arrives in western Ireland on an urgent mission to restore Rome to the most sacred heritage of a monastery.