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Dark Resurrection Crew: Mila Mirenghi

Written by Angelo Licata.


1- How did you join the team of DR?

A dear friend of mine, who worked in the production of the latest film by Fausto Brizzi, told me about Angelo and his incredible movies. I started to follow the news on the website and my curiosity grew more and more. I became an associate producer and I received the DVD Volume 1. From that moment, my only goal was to take part in this wonderful project, I was so much excited about it that Angelo thought I was mad (he admitted a few months later). One day he called me and said, "We need a press office, would you like to try?" Of course, my answer was: "Yeeeesssss!!!."

2- Can you tell us your role within the production?

I deal with the press office, communication and events. On the set I am a jack of all trades: from creating make-up styles, to following the actors and their needs, printing scripts, helping the direction group, I always have boundless energies and I am always on the go. I know that Angelo was right when he said that I am mentally deranged.

3- What has given you personally the experience of DR?

Joining the staff of Dark Resurrection made me feel really happy, I do what I love to do and do it within a group of great people, I could not ask for more.

4- Tell us a personal, funny and meaningful story in short, a special moment at your choice while you were working on DR.

I was in the car coming back to Turin, after my first week on set. I received a phone call from our producer Fabrizio Rizzolo, who told me : "Thank you for your help on the set, we had a nice time with you, you've become part of our group on tiptoe and you managed to be accepted in a good way by everybody." To be honest, that was the best compliment I've ever received, I even cried with emotion.