A journey in the footsteps of the most famous initiate of Italian Trecento, the author of the celebrated "Divine Comedy". A poet who has inspired some of the most outstanding minds in History. Since the 19th century, many important scholars have tried to unfold the mystery hidden behind Dante's terzine. During this voyage we will try to go one step further in the understanding of this secret. Our direction will be marked by the traces left by some of the most distinguished authorities in the field of the esoteric significance of Dante's works. Our exploration will follow the suggestions of the most important contemporary researchers in the sphere of esoteric studies and Dante's writings. The voice of a mysterious character interpreting Dante's verses will help us delve into this subject. Two perspectives: the exoteric and the esoteric one. Any profane science can be traced back to another science relating to the same subject, but considering it from a deeper point of view, in the same...Written by
This lame, stumbling hand-held horror is so boring it qualifies more as torture than mystery. So bad it's not funny! It has a slight cult following as do most movies with a low budget and fewer ideas. According to the director Louis Nero it attempts "Two perspectives: the exoteric and the esoteric one." Sadly it only manages to achieve the idiotic. Still, respect to Louis for trying. His other films have been quite trying too. Hmm what else can one say? It stars F. Murray Abraham who I liked in Amadeus and Scarface. It's his fault I went along. It also includes Franco Zeffirelli and he is from Florence so I guess that is relevant!
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