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L'Inferno 1911


The Italian epic came of age with Giuseppe de Liguoro's imaginative silent version of the Inferno, loosely adapted from Dante and inspired by the illustrations of Gustav Doré. L'Inferno was first screened in Naples in the Teatro Mercadante 10 March 1911. The film took over three years to make involving more than 150 people and was the first full length Italian feature film ever made. It's success was not confined to Italy it was an international hit taking more than $2 million in the United States alone.

Tangerine Dream have composed the soundtrack based on their opera of Dante's Inferno producing a soundtrack truly worthy of their position as one of the top film music composers in the world.


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