Inferno is an immortal poem written by the great Florentine poet Dante Alighieri. It was then an intuition of the contemporary American writer Dan Brown. It will be a film that promises to be a cult.
This is the Inferno of Dante that is back many centuries later. Once again Florence is in the center of this story and it is also one of the main places of the movie set. The film is inspired by the best seller by Dan Brown.
The imagination of Dante had outlined a very detailed representation of hell, a place where the great poet had placed many famous historical figures who had sinned in a more or less severe way during their life.
Many centuries later Dan Brown's novel was inspired by the famous literary masterpiece of Dante. The book Inferno by Dan Brown was a worldwide hit with millions of copies sold.
The great success of the book Inferno was helped by the great popularity of Dan Brown. The famous author is not a stranger to the literary success, as he has already written many other famous books as “Da Vinci Code”, one of the most widely read novels in absolute, and other worldwide famous bestsellers as “The Lost Symbol”, “Angels and Demons,” “Deception Point” and “Crypto”.
As many other bestsellers Dan Brown's Inferno saw a great success, so Inferno has become the plot of a movie: Inferno is the name of the movie, which took the same title of the novel..
Director Ron Howard chose the big monuments and the most secret places in Florence to set the plot of his movie Inferno. The plot of the film takes place in the locations of Dante where the characters are looking for a solution to an intriguing mystery: the fate of all mankind depends on this mystery. It is not the first time that Florence has been chosen to be the place setting of stories full of mystery and of great interest. It is particularly suited role to this famous city for its great history and the many monuments and historical sites that are here still today. This places are visible and usable thanks to the care of the Florentines that have preserved them over the centuries.
The Inferno movie director Ron Howard could enjoy majestic places of great beauty and historical interest such as the Boboli Gardens, the Vasari Corridor, the Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Vecchio, Dante's house, the Baptistery and many others.
These sites are part of the great artistic heritage of Florence and are known and appreciated all over the world. Places and monuments that tell the glorious history of Florence and the best side of the intellect and of the human capability to create artistic and intellectual works of art.