Trailer from At Dusk

"A prisoner in a small dark and dusty room, a man awaits his fate and clings to his memories, that last glimmer of light that still keeps him alive. And while life is consumed by the dark, outside those walls, in an even darker prison, there are those who move between furtive glances of the people, relentlessly looking for signs and traces left behind, searching for revenge. Now there is little time to wait. The light is falling. Someone will die tonight."

Trailer di Al Crepuscolo

"Prigioniero in una piccola stanza buia e polverosa, un uomo attende il suo destino aggrappato ai suoi ricordi e a quell’ultimo spiraglio di luce che ancora lo tiene in vita. E mentre la vita viene consumata dal buio, fuori da quelle mura, in una prigione piu’ oscura ancora, c’è chi si muove furtivo tra gli sguardi della gente, inesorabile, alla ricerca di segni, di tracce lasciate nel tempo, di vendetta. Ormai resta ancora poco da attendere. La luce sta calando.
Qualcuno morirà stanotte."


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Director: Matteo Macaluso
Screenplay: Angelica Milia, Matteo Macaluso
With: Matteo Biacca, Carlo Rizzelli, Daniela Stecconi, Isabella Gatti, Mario Boni
Voice off: Paolo Rossini
Cinematography: Sergjei Kudrov
Sound design: Matteo Di Simone
Music: Piernicola Di Muro
Color correction: Gianluca Palma
Editing: Thomas Landi
Make up: Alessandro Rivaroli
Visual effects: Antonio Pupa
Story by: Matteo Macaluso
Producer: Davide Munaro, Matteo Macaluso
Supported by: Roma Lazio Film Commission, Polisportiva Lanzi
Category: Shortfilm
Penombra Film 2011
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