Rome: on a club’s stage, four musicians have masks by features of Lovecraft, exciting the audience with infernal sounds. Years after, a sprightly and mysterious little old man traces that adventure, between dream and reality: music, hazard game, punches, a breathtaking babe, love, sex, violence, the bad, the good worse, and music, a lot of music until final surprise.
Carola De Scipio, from Rome, starts her activity in cinema with editing in production for R. Faenza, U. Lenzi, E.M.Salerno; she was in organization for I segreti di Roma di C.Augias and she directed some shorts film, like Urban Dream (story from a Massimo Baraldi poetry). She has a passion for jazz music, and she published “L’avanguardia è nei sentimenti – Vita, Musica e Morte di Massimo Urbani”). In Moloch, Carola De Scipio shoots and moves the camera on Francesco Nespola’s drawings, making a movie in which action, passion and music travel together like a jazz improvisation, making a perfect interplay.