Today's Daily Dirty Diary


Nowness presents I Killer, the latest offering from filmmaker and director Francesco Calabrese (who won a short film open call contest on the site, as part of their new ‘Shorts on Sunday’ lineup.) A dramatic and violent story about a group of kids in rural Italy during the late 1980s, I Killer is the Italian director’s second short, following his first well-received horror film Lovely Monster. On the subject of directing kids the director states, “They can’t focus for more than two hours, after that it’s just a mess.” More than anything the film reflects the desperate need to fit in that is felt among the young, something Calabrese believes everyone can relate to. “Kids can be mean and scary but at the same time most of them are gentle.”

Source: Nowness



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