22 Gen «Rumore» by Alex Romanello
There are nights when it feels like the darkness will never end, and you anxiously wait for the sun to rise again—nights when unfounded fears do not seem irrational.
On a night like these, RUMORE (Noise), a short thriller by Alex Romanelli, is set.
The plot revolves around a seemingly ordinary night when a man begins to hear peculiar noises echoing through his home. As the sounds intensify, the line between paranormal events and the workings of his imagination becomes increasingly blurred. As he tries to reconstruct what happened, he cannot help but continue to doubt his certainties. After all, who has not felt at least once deceived by their senses? Romanello skillfully builds tension and keeps the audience in suspense, leaving us wondering whether the protagonist is experiencing supernatural phenomena or whether it is a psychological manifestation.
Alex Romanello, a passion for film that has been with him since middle school, shows off his filmmaking and screenwriting skills in “Rumore.” The short reveals his intention to immerse the audience in a realm of anguish, fear, and psychosis through visual and expressive language, without directly showing the object that causes panic. Romanello employs the tools of words and imagination, leaving it up to the audience to determine whether or not to believe the protagonist of these mysterious events.
Don’t miss the chance to be fascinated by “Rumore,” to be drawn into its enigmatic world and question what happens in the dark. With its suspenseful atmosphere and thought-provoking plot, this short film leaves a lasting impact, reminding us of the power of cinema to evoke emotions and challenge our perception of reality.