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Dio Ti Non Odio

The Lord Doesn't Hate You

Italy 2020
produced by
Fabrizio La Monica, Roberto Romano, Ferdinando Gattuccio, Salvatore Nereo Salerno for Kàlama Film
directed by Fabrizio La Monica
starring Roberto Romano, Emilia Passalacqua, Ferdinando Gattuccio, Salvatore Nereo Salerno, Antonino Scaglione, Giovanni Zanca, Giorgia Scolozzi, Rino Cardinale, Roberto Chimento, Giuseppe Duminuco, Paulo Tinnirello
written by Fabrizio La Monica, music by Vincenzo Di Silvestro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Somewhere, in an unspecified past: A girl (Emilia Passalacqua) is told she's ill, and to prevent infection, she has to leave the village with her father (Roberto Romano), who promises to take her to a healer. But the journey's hard, perilous, and riddled with bad desicions - including the father shooting dead the daughter's boyfriend (Paolo Tinnirello) who has been following them, mistaking him for a bandit, something he keeps a secret from the girl though. The girl meanwhile is warned to go on by a mysterious woman, maybe a ghost (Giorgia Scolozzi), something the father dismisses, but only hald-heartedly ... as the father's mission was never to escort his daughter to a healer but to deliver her to a demon (Ferdinando Gattuccio), as the men from his village have decided on her as a sacrifice and forced that decision upon him - and once he has done so he totally breaks down, also mentally, something that's bound to lead to a violent end ...


Made on the cheap, mostly shot in a forest with no made up sets, and with the cast wearing very plain costumes, The Lord Doesn't Hate You is nevertheless a very powerful film, with its very unassuming looks giving it an archaic feel that perfectly mirrors the storyline and goes in hand with a directorial effort that's pretty much free of any frills but gets the most out of its locations to create a creepy atmosphere. And the cast uniformly carry over that feel, making this one a film that seems a little like fallen out of time - but also timeless, and totally recommended for that!


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