‘Don’t Kill Me is a cold and disturbing monster in a crowd of unimaginable vampires. Based on Chiara Palazzolo’s novel, the story focuses on Mirta, her death from drug overdose does not end her life directly. Next, it becomes Luna, an immortal soul who is destined to roam the underground restaurants and night streets, in search of prey.
He is not really a zombie as he still has free will. Alice Pagani of ‘Loro’ fame plays a key role against Rocco Fasano in this brain drama and drug addiction. Most of the story comes from urban areas, while Dante’s Diner shows it to be central to the story. The noir ambiance is also flawless, and the excellent use of light intensifies the darkness. “Don’t Kill Me.”
Don’t Kill Me Movie Filming Locations
‘Don’t Kill Me’ was recorded all over Italy, especially in Rome and Alto Adige. Recording took place in late 2020 until the summer of 2021. The whole film takes place in and around Italy, and the production is Italian. Therefore, the director and his actors, and his team decided to shoot a large part of the film near the home country.
The director is the granddaughter of the respected director Vittorio De Sica, who started the cinematic history movement ‘Italian Neorealism’ with Roberto Rossellini and others. So, while delivering a world-class film, the director wanted to light up his country. Francesco Di Giacomo of ‘The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou’ fame was in charge of cinematography, while Dani Frabetti worked as a production designer and artistic director.
The filming took place mainly in the Trentino-Alto Adige region in northern Italy. The area, bordering Switzerland and Austria, includes medieval castles, lush mountain ranges, and dark forests to attract photographers from around the world. Although the movie does not have any medieval castles, Robin’s first episode of speeding appeared to be filmed in the region.
Another possible source of information here is the forest scenes. The mountains Robin drove in blindfolded were probably parts of the Dolomites, part of the Alps stretching north of Italy.
In addition to the external scenes, many internal channels and other external scenes were filmed in Rome, the capital of the country, and the province of Lazio. Scenes of the house of Mirta were probably filmed in the Roman arena.
What’s more, Dante’s Diner is almost a myth, and those scenes were probably filmed in town. When you are in Rome, you will never run out of things to do. It would be a visit to St. Peter’s Basilica or cacio plate in Pepe, Rome never ceases to amaze visitors. “Don’t Kill Me”