EUTERPE • 11m
The fantasy of hell from Dante Alighieri and his yearning after the Epic Poetry form of Virgil, the Latin poet. Once again, featuring the magnificent illustrations of Gustav Doré, the actual inspiration for the film. Presented on each of the seventy-six illustrated first-edition plates, a fast-moving condensed version of INFERNO takes place with a voice speaking the appropriate lines of Dante (according to the Lawrence Grant White translation in English).
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