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Inferno (1980) Poster

(1980)

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Mark Elliot: She writes poetry.

Nurse: A pastime especially suited for women.

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[Reading from "The Three Mothers", by E. Varelli]

Rose Elliot: I do not know what price I shall have to pay for breaking what we alchemists call Silentium, the life experiences of our colleagues should warn us not to upset laymen by imposing our knowledge upon them.

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Kazanian: There are mysterious parts in that book, but the only true mystery is that our very lives are governed by dead people.

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Sara: Have you ever heard of the Three Sisters?

Carlo: You mean those black singers?

Sara: No, I'm talking about mythology.

Carlo: Hold on, if you're talking about spooks and stuff, I don't believe in any of that.

Sara: How can you be so sure?

Carlo: I don't believe in such things, that's all, and without any philosophical discussion.

Sara: Then what do you believe in?

Carlo: In whatever I can see and touch.

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Sara: May I ask a strange question?

Mark Elliot: How strange?

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