When love becomes a dangerous game of survival
"Don't Be Sorry" is a gripping film about a young woman being stalked and seeking protection from her stalker. In her quest for safety, she meets a charming and mysterious lover and falls in love at first sight. But as the relationship progresses, she begins to suspect things are not as they seem. As she delves deeper into the truth, she finds herself caught in a dangerous web of secrets and lies. The film is a suspenseful blend of horror, scares, and romance that will keep audiences guessing until the end. With unexpected twists and turns, "Don't Be Sorry" is a thrilling ride that will leave you questioning the nature of love and the lengths you will go to protect yourself.
When a young woman seeks protection from her stalker, she falls in love with a charming stranger, but soon realizes that nothing is as it seems in this deadly game of love and survival.
Love, danger, suspense, thriller.
As the director of "Don't Be Sorry," my goal was to create a suspenseful and thrilling film that delves into the complexities of love and survival. The story follows a young woman who is being stalked and seeks protection, only to find herself caught in a web of secrets and lies when she falls in love with a mysterious stranger. I wanted to explore the idea that in times of danger, our instincts for self-preservation can be at odds with our desire for love and connection.
I also wanted to create a film that kept the audience guessing and on the edge of their seats until the very end. The film is a blend of horror, suspense, and romance that keeps the audience guessing, with unexpected twists and turns that will keep them guessing until the end. The film is a commentary on the nature of love and how it can be both a source of comfort and danger.
I hope the audience will be entertained and leave the theater with something to think about.
Collaboration with Istituto Marangoni Shanghai
This project was created with the students of Marangoni Stylism in Shanghai. Marangoni is a fashion school founded in Milan in 1935.
The story was created under the supervision of Alice in Wonderland, and the students worked under the supervision of Studio Supreme and Francesco Fioretto to achieve this movie.
This is the fifth film collaboration between those two companies.