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VENICE 2020 International Film Critics’ Week

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Venice Film Critics’ Week title Thou Shalt Not Hate

- The Italian-Polish co-production directed by Mauro Mancini will world premiere at Venice International Film Critics' Week in September

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Venice Film Critics’ Week title Thou Shalt Not Hate
Alessandro Gassmann in Thou Shalt Not Hate, by Mauro Mancini

Intramovies announces the international trailer for the film Thou Shalt Not Hate [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Mauro Mancini
film profile
]
, to be world premiered at Venice International Film Critics' Week in September. We bring you the exclusive trailer for the film.

Mauro Mancini’s first feature film, starring Alessandro GassmannSara Serraiocco and Luka Zunic, tells the story of a doctor of Jewish origin who rescues a man who is the victim of a car accident, but when he discovers a Nazi tattoo on his chest, he leaves him to his fate.

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“Neither good nor bad, just human beings, ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances”. This is how the characters of Thou Shalt Not Hate [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Mauro Mancini
film profile
]
 are described by director Mauro Mancini, the author of numerous short films, TV mini-series and music videos, who also co-wrote the feature film’s screenplay with Davide Lisino. “I was inspired by an incident which took place in Paderborn, in Germany: a Jewish doctor refused to operate on a patient because of a garish Nazi tattoo the man had on his arm.”

The title is produced by Mario Mazzarotto on behalf of Movimento Film, in co-production with the Polish firm Agresywna Banda. The film will be distributed in Italy in theaters in September by Notorious Pictures.

Watch our exclusive trailer below:

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