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Dante's Inferno -- Animated film based on the classic Italian poem

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Director:
Writers:
Paul Zaloom (screenplay) &
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The epic film of a lost young man's journey through hell. See more »
Plot:
A darkly comedic travelogue of the underworld - set against an all-too-familiar urban backdrop of used car lots, gated communities, strip malls, and the U.S. Capitol. And populated with a contemporary cast of reprobates, including famous - and infamous - politicians, presidents, popes, pimps. And the Prince of Darkness himself. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Tony Abatemarco ... Lying Defendant / Farinata (voice)

Scott Adsit ... Judge Minos / Paolo / Hirohito / Copter Pilot / Spiro Agnew (voice)

Matt Besser ... Metallica Defendant / L. Ron Hubbard / Curtis LeMay / Airport Security (voice)

Bill Chott ... Ciaccio 'El Gordo' / Calvacanti / Stalin / Ulysses' Crew (voice)
Michael Coleman ... Charon / Phlegyas / Senator / Dick Cheney (voice) (as Mike Coleman)

James Cromwell ... Virgil (voice)

Andrew Daly ... Lucan / 'Right On' Glutton / Jim Jones / Airport Screener / Ulysses' Naysayer (voice)

John Fleck ... Brunetto Latini (voice)
Sean Forrester ... Horace / Mr. Argenti / White Pimp / Beating Victim / Airport Security / Insider Trader #2 (voice)

Tony Hale ... Ovid / Real Estate Broker / Pope Nicholas 3rd (voice)

Tom Hallick ... George Sanders / Deep Voiced Lobbyist (voice)
Laura Krafft ... George Sand / Airport P.A. / Subway P.A. (voice)

Brandon Johnson ... Irate Driver / Mounted Policeman / Pimp #1 / Pimp #3 / Airport Security (voice)

Dermot Mulroney ... Dante (voice)

Martha Plimpton ... Celia / Lobbyist Singer / Lizzie Borden (voice)

Kit Pongetti ... W.M.D. Defendant / Francesca / Marilyn Monroe / Elena Ceausescu (voice)
Tami Sagher ... George Elliot / Greed Seductress / Barbara Bates / Penelope (voice)

Dana Snyder ... Strom Thurmond / Ulysses (voice)

Janet Varney ... Teacher / Cleopatra / City of Dis Intercom / Ulysses' Usher (voice)

Matt Walsh ... Mussolini / Fox Reporter / Airport Security Pursuer (voice)
Paul Zaloom ... Homer / God / Officer Chiron / Southern Lobbyist / Airport Security / Caiaphas / Ulysses' Crew / Macmud / Insider Trader #1 / Nicole Ceausescu / Lucifer (voice)
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Olivia d'Abo ... Beatrice (voice)
Mark Ritts ... Gianciotto (uncredited)
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Directed by
Sean Meredith 
 
Writing credits
Paul Zaloom (screenplay) &
Sandow Birk (screenplay) &
Sean Meredith (screenplay)

Sandow Birk (adaptation) &
Marcus Sanders (adaptation)

Dante Alighieri  novel (uncredited)

Produced by
Sandow Birk .... producer
Steve Luczo .... executive producer
Sean Meredith .... producer
Paul Zaloom .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mark McAdam 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Negrin 
 
Casting by
Laura Krafft 
 
Art Direction by
Sandow Birk 
Elyse Pignolet 
 
Sound Department
Miik Dinko .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Tyler A. Hawes .... DI supervisor
David Miazga .... digital intermediate colorist
Neil W. Smith .... DI supervisor: Hollywood-DI
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kristy Baltezore .... second assistant camera
Richard Brush .... jib operator
Paul Lohr .... gaffer
David McGrory .... jib operator
David C. Negrin .... assistant camera
Adam Peabody .... best boy electric
Jens Piotrowski .... camera operator
 
Casting Department
Everett A. Oliver .... casting associate
 
Music Department
Aaron Kant .... musician: drums
 
Other crew
Sam K. Hale .... puppeteer
Elyse Pignolet .... puppet designer
Johanna Silverman .... assistant: Mr. Cromwell
Paul Zaloom .... head puppeteer
Michelle Zamora .... puppeteer
 

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88 min
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Trivia:
Dermot Mulroney (voice of Dante) plays the cello on the piece of music that opens the film.See more »
Quotes:
Virgil:This is Hell, Dante. Not your personal fantasy.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofed in Hell for Bread (2011)See more »

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9 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
Nothing especially noteworthy, 17 September 2008
Author: vic-232 from United States

A group of young filmmakers with virtually no budget set out to make something clever and original -- and while there is a bit of originality and some skilled drawing in this slacker puppet show take on "Dante's Inferno," there is nothing especially clever. Dante's "Divine Comedy" was a brilliant piece of social commentary. This film is a vaguely moralistic student film with pretensions to High Art.

I suspect those who loved this film were those readily amused by the sophomoric pokes at some icons of the political and/or religious right, and that those who hated it took offense at seeing their favored icons poked. Be that as it may, few of those pokes actually rose to the level of satire.

The high point of the movie is a sudden outbreak of "Schoolhouse Rock" on the subject of lobbying and the "revolving door." It's really a shame that the entire film couldn't have been a musical. That would have stripped away a great deal of the annoying film school pretentiousness and added a far stronger element of fun.

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