Dante’s Inferno

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Release Date: July 01, 1911 | Milano Films
Summary: Loosely adapted from Dante's Divine Comedy and inspired by the illustrations of Gustav Doré the original silent film has been restored and has a new score by Tangerine Dream. Historically important film as it stands as the first feature from Italy as well as the first film to show full frontal nudity. Dante travels to Hell where he gets to see what really goes on down there. The special effects and sets in this thing are downright beautiful and quite a sight to behold, which is the real reason to check this thing out. The pits of Hell look incredibly good and compared to what was being done in America at the time there's no question why this thing would go over well in this country.
Director: Giuseppe de Liguoro, Francesco Bertolini, Adolfo Padovan
Runtime: 1 h 08 min

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