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A tragic love story/psychlogical thriller, Hatred of a Minute, is the story of a medical transcriptionist that becomes a serial killer because of his physically and mentally abusive past. His mind spirals out of control as a war between good and evil; right and wrong unfold in front of his eyes in the form of personal angels and demons. Written by
Michael Kallio <email@example.com>
The lines spoken, during the night club scene, when the bartender is complaining about his hub caps beong stolen, was an actual event. The first assistant director, Paul Domick, who also portrayed the bartender, had this happen to him outside the production offices during the first week of pre-production. He parked his rental car in the Theatre lot, came into the office for an hour and half and went out to do some errands. When he came out, the hub caps had been stolen. There was a hub cap store directly across the street. See more »
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Michigan, Edgar Allen Poe, a toaster, and a frying pan . . . If you don't mind the psycho-thriller or horror film genre, and you have a special place in your heart for the twisted, this is the movie for you. An amazingly well developed first film, "Hatred of a Minute" has all the draw of mainstream hits like "Silence of the Lambs" and of cult classics like "Army of Darkness." The editing and effects are well done, better than many films in the genre. Kallio weaves an intricate tale of torment drawing on both the Bible and Poe's writings. At a time when big budget, big name films lack much in the way of substance, the independent film has resurrected this dying trait. If you love Michigan, a good story, or a decent thriller go check out "Hatred of a Minute."
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