A Catholic deacon returns to the city in which he grew up to find that evil is all around; demons, angels and human terror. He takes up a life of vigilantism, questioning his actions to God, and pondering the salvation of his own soul.
Draw near and see.
Did You Know?
The color blue does not exist in the entire film. This was purposefully done, as from a psychological stand point, blue represents hope. In circumstances where blue is a heavily used color (as in night shots), the color orange was in place, which psychologically employs anger.
From a Bible stand point- Blue is said to represent the Healing Power of God. As to the nature of the film being ironically Godless, the absence of such a color held significant meaning. See more
'Books' edition. Each of the lead character's stories are edited together, and lengthened to give more detail. See more
Event 3-Crowning and Passion of Dante
Composed by Carlos Franzetti See more