- Berlin band Tangerine Dream’s modern soundtrack composition accompanies L’INFERNO (1911), the first known full-length Italian feature film. Based on Dante’s INFERNO and Gustave Dore’s haunting images, this elaborate and imaginative epic took more than three years to produce. Eerie images of bodies contort in agony while being tormented by laughing horned devils, and a screaming man holding his own decapitated head aloft make this pre-World War I phantasmagoria truly seem like something from another world. The visage of Lucifer himself remains one of the most effective ever recorded on film.
black & white, stereo, fullscreen, 70 minutes. DVD-R comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!