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Cosimo Alemà's At the End of the Day
July 26, 2011
The feature film debut from the notorious Roman music video director
- Text by Flavia Ferrucci
Roman director Cosimo Alemà announced the upcoming release of his first feature film "At The End Of the Day" a few months ago in our interview with him. The movie finally came out last friday in Italy and will be shown at various international festivals by the end of the year.
The entire film has been self-financed making it a truly unique case of independent filmmaking in the Italian industry, so we're proud to support it.
The story revolves around a group of friends spending some time in the woods, playing Soft-Air and engaging in unexpected romances. Little they knew that they were not alone: mysterious killings happens, and a constant menace is upon them. What started out as a innocent war-game ends up turning into a deadly man-hunt.
Although the story of the film is strictly attached to the distinctive traits of the horror genre, the expert eye of Cosimo Alemà, a long-time music video and commercial director, adds a refined aesthetic to the classic canons of gruesome movies. A light, desaturated cinematography and a great use of sound add depth to the film, that's receiving great reviews and good box office results.
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