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. ... See full summary »
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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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Casting aside many of the favorable comments that have obviously come from friends and/or relatives that pepper this and many other low budget independents listed on IMDb, one is lost when it comes to using these reviews as an accurate gauge. So eventually you have to go out and rent the flick just to see for yourself. One of the first things you must understand are the catch phrases that camouflage the reality of the movie. In this case the term "dark psychological thriller." Read: "hack writer/director who thinks he's an auteur, who replaces plot, story, and action, with what he believes is a deep insight into the human soul. His great insight? Festering and repressed childhood traumas emerge to wreck havoc when we become adults. Wow, I bet Freud would be really impressed! Too many would be film makers like Kallio, who were raised on low budget horror flicks of the last few decades, fail to dig their own fresh grave. Instead, they fall into the pre-dug graves of the many other directors that came before them. They are content with rehashing old and tired horror clichés that they borrowed from a dozen or more films. The result is an unoriginal, uninspired, unbelievable waste of film stock.
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