Deformed Fate – Behind The Screenplay

Deformed Fate

“Deformed Fate” is a film about an abused homeless man who is wrongly accused of murder and imprisoned in Russia. The inspiration came from various sources, including true crime cases, social commentary, and personal experiences.

An inspiration for the film was be real-life cases of individuals who have been wrongly accused and imprisoned. In recent years, there have been numerous cases of individuals who have been exonerated after being wrongfully convicted, highlighting the flaws in the justice system.

The film is also be inspired by social commentary on issues of homelessness, abuse, and injustice. “Deformed Fate” is a commentary on the way society treats those who are most vulnerable, and the systemic inequalities that often lead to individuals falling through the cracks.

Deformed Fate writing playlist:

  1. Rival Consoles – Monster
  2. Pep Llopis – Jardins Aquatics
  3. Daniel Herskedal – Våkenatt
  4. Roger Webb – Moonbird
  5. Antoine Forqueray – Pièce de viole, Suite No. 4 en
  6. Sol Mineur: Le carillon de Passy
  7. Arp – Il Sogno Di Monica
  8. Tigran Hamasyan – Tsirani Tsar
  9. Arvo Pärt – Fratres
  10. trentemøller – No One Quite Like You
  11. Van Hai – Dernier Amour – Ripperton’s No Love Lost Reshape
  12. Claude Debussy – Clair de lune – Arr. for Theremin and Voice
  13. Orphan Ann – Vi är överallt
  14. Loscil – Vespera
  15. Jordan De La Sierra – Temple of Aesthetic Action
  16. Atoms For Peace – S.A.D.
  17. Eduard Artemyev – Медитация (Из к/ф “Сталкер”)
  18. Paul Desmond – Glad to Be Unhappy
  19. Jean-Pierre Ferland – Le chat du café des artistes
  20. Limousine – Pluie
  21. Eberhard Weber – More Colours
  22. Flying Lotus – Using What You Got
  23. Francisco Tárrega – Capricho árabe
  24. Devendra Banhart – Book of Bringhi
  25. Silvana Estrada – La Enfermedad del Siglo
  26. Modeselektor – Minibus
  27. Kelly Lee Owens – 8
  28. Apparat – Love Theme – Live in Paris
  29. Radiohead – How to Disappear into Strings
  30. Eivind Aarset – Before the Wedding
  31. Yves Tumor – Ciervo
  32. Gidge – Stone|Shell
  33. David Lynch – The Night Bell with Lightning
  34. Philip Glass – The Hours: An Unwelcome Friend (From “The Hours”)
  35. Raketkanon – Mélody
  36. The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Koto Song
  37. Felbm – Birkach
  38. Sessa – Infinitamente Nu
  39. A$AP Rocky – Goldie
  40. Lil Wayne, Bun B, Shyne, Nas, Busta Rhymes – Outro

Story Inspiration

Deformed Fate movie

The plot of “Deformed Fate” draws on the real-life cases where individuals have been wrongly accused and imprisoned for crimes they did not commit. As we know, the justice system is far from perfect and is often rife with incorrect assumptions and lack of evidence that has led to the suffering of innocent people.

Moreover, the film is also a searing critique of the systemic failures that lead to poverty, homelessness, and social inequality. It lays bare the stark reality of how the most vulnerable in society are often left without support or resources to help them get back on their feet. “Deformed Fate” does not shy away from examining the flaws in the justice system, which all too often fails those who are most in need of its protection.

You can learn more about the Broken English production of Deformed Fate by clicking the underlined link.

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