Today we have the trailer for Roberto D’Antona’s Road To Hell (aka Fino all’Inferno). Presented at the Cartoomics 2018 in Milan, a convention featuring comics and films, the film will arrive in Italian theaters this August.
In the film, “A group of robbers fleeing to a new life, crossing their path with a woman, with her son and with the tragic curse they bring with them. a criminal boss and a mysterious organization of
unscrupulous men, to help them, an ex-policeman with hasty methods and a jealous girlfriend.The
escape will soon turn into a mad rush to hell to save the life of the child and the fate of the world.”
I take the inspiration from the films of my childhood – explains the director and protagonist
Roberto D’Antona – especially from Big Trouble in Little China. Adventurous stories of heroes and anti-heroes that, searching a redemption, were capable of the most titanic undertaking. These are the stories that have shaped me the most and to which today I want to pay tribute”. He went on to say, “The trailer teases robberies, sex, violence, ambiguous characters and ruthless and desperate escapes in campers, with a final twist that winks at horror.” He continues, “The novelty is that the film will be released in cinemas throughout Italy and Switzerland in August 2018. But, in recent weeks, we have also signed an important contract for distribution abroad”.
Produced entirely by L/D Productions, an independent production company founded by D’Antona and Annamaria Lorusso. Movie Planet Group will distribute in Italian and Swiss cinemas. CG Entertainment and Shoreline Entertainment will distribute abroad.
It is a great honor for us to be able to work with such important companies that have distributed many successful mainstream films over the years – comments Annamaria Lorusso, who is also a co-star of the film – and I think it is an important milestone for all independent cinema. Italian, which shows that, even in our country, working hard and devoting oneself to cinema, we can do great things “.
The music of the composer and multi-instrumentalist Aurora Rochez is featured in the film.
The cast includes Roberto D’Antona, Annamaria Lorusso, Francesco Emulo, Alessandro Carnevale
Pellino, Michael Segal, Aaron McCarthy, Mirko D’Antona, Kavita Albizzati, Federico Mariotti,
Massimo Cominato, Danilo Uncino, Alice Viganò, Andrea Leone Milan, Mirko Giacchetti,
Erica Verzotti, and Giada Robin.
Warning! Trailer is NSFW!