Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan
Adolfo Padovan, Francesco Bertolini, Hugo Fregonese
|Runtime:||2 hours and 9 minutes|
|Synopsis:||Dante's Inferno (1911)|
Loosely adapted from Dante's Divine Comedy and inspired by the illustrations of Gustav Doré the original silent film has been restored and has a new score by Tangerine Dream.
Decameron Nights (1953)
The setting is 14th Century Italy. The country is overrun by mercenary armies, with local warfare constantly being waged. This is the story of Givanni Boccaccio (Louis Jordan), the teller of bawdy tales. He has fallen in love with the lovely Fiametta, a young widow. The city of Florence is being besieged and everyone is fleeing, except Boccaccio, his is searching for Fiametta. He finds her hiding in a stronghold of women. But alas, he is not welcome, unless he promises to keep them entertained with his storytelling and he must also promise not to make love to any woman in the household.
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