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17 May 2019

Horrifying Point of View

by Syd Briscoe


Dr Giorgini: “First-Person Horror” - 2 mins

This wonderful mini-horror flick from Italian remedy brand Dr Giorgini explores the power of cutting edge technology to give small-screen scares a whole new heft. Directed by Igor Borghi, the film unfolds through a first-person perspective as a spot of lakeside camping is interrupted by something menacing in the nearby woods.

Familiar horror tropes are rendered with relish here, from a screaming female companion to a mysteriously abandoned caravan - conveniently placed for sheltering from the pursuing beast. It's an accomplished take on the genre, which is only enhanced by the final revelation that things are somewhat safer than we expect.


Director: Igor Borghi Ⓟ Ⓦ (Generator Films Ⓟ Ⓦ)
Cinematographer: Luca Esposito
Art Department: Luigi Pelizzo
Stylist: Giulia Tagliaferri

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