Sebastian Roché Warns Fans of His Reprehensible Character — ‘It Gets Worse’

In the yellowstone prequel 1923, Sebastian Roché plays Father Renaud, a Catholic priest who runs a boarding school for Indigenous girls. The series portrays a real and dark time in American history. Native American children were forced to attend these schools and endure horrific abuse. Although 1923 Has already shown graphic violence at the boarding school, Roché warns that things will get worse in upcoming episodes.

Sebastian Roché as Father Renaud in ‘1923’ | Emerson Miller/Paramount+

Father Renaud deals out horrific punishments in ‘1923’

For over a century, the United States government-funded boarding schools designed to strip away Native American culture. Indigenous children were forced to attend these institutions, which were often run by Christian church leaders. There they endure horrific treatment and abuse.

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