Directed by Andrea De Sica and starring in the TV series two well-known faces Alice Pagani and Rocco Fasano’s movie “Don’t Kill Me” It will be shown on all platforms starting on April 21. This movie is based on a novel and tells a love story full of horror, with completely unexpected meanings.
From April 21 Movies shot on many platforms”Do not kill me” with Andrea De Sica The director and the two protagonists are already well known in the TV series world, namely Alice Pagani, Has appeared in three seasons baby then Rocco Fasano, Yes one of the young faces Shame on italy. The film is inspired by Chiara Palazzolo’s novel of the same name. In view of the release of the film, the film will also be re-released and will arrive in the bookstore on April 29. This is a love story between two teenagers, but it is definitely full of horror. Waiting to see it, this is the first official trailer.
Don’t kill my plot
This novel is very successful because it combines one of the key themes of the novel with one of the most popular genres of all time: Love and terror, Which can also cause black.The story is about Mirta E Robin The two guys love each other so madly that he will be the one who promises her that it will be eternal love. The two live in a symbiotic relationship, challenging their destiny together every time. On a trip out of the city, they found themselves trapped in an abandoned quarry, where the desire for transgression killed their lives.
But that girl was the first girl to wake up, hoping that nothing happened to Robin, she stood up again, as he promised her. After awakening, Mirta realized that she was different from the previous girl. She had become a creature that needed human flesh for a living, and found herself being hunted by an unidentified man. At the same time, despite the fear, the idea of finding her own Robin is the only thing that allows her to move forward.
Where to watch a movie
This movie can be rented or purchased on the Apple TV app, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube, Google Play, TIMVISION, Chili, Rakuten TV, PlayStation Store, Microsoft Film & TV, or on Sky Primafila and Infinity. “Don’t Kill Me” is published by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.