Leaning is born from love and passion for two different forms of Cinema with the desire to mix them up. Love for a real Masterpiece as "Night of The Hunter" by Charles Laughton and passion for genre movies of the past: an essential american thriller melted with horror cinema in its most violent and shining period. A simple and twisted game at the same time, which cannot fail to entice fans of the genre and intrigue them about how, the evil but fascinating Sheperd played by Robert Mitchum in Laughton's classic, would appear, if viewed by the sordid, violent and extreme look of authors such as Hooper, Carpenter, Fulci, Craven, Argento.
A lonely house. A woman is treating her little garden, around her just the heat of the setting sun and a small radio that broadcasts the news of some terrible serial killings committed in the area. And while in the house two little girls plays quietly, a menacing figure is about to arrive and upset this quiet, little place; his eyes are full of madness and the clothes he wears shows how Evil can hide behind the most harmless and reassuring appearance.