I can't say it was a bad movie. But it wasn't good either. During all the time I had this felling that there were something missing. The action job of Giulio Berruti wasn't bad, but I can't say the same from Melanie Zannetti. Their chemistry looks forced. When she looks to him rememberers me a child looking for something magical. The scenarios were poorly designed, their light were awful. The soundtrack were not bad, but there is such great baroque songs to choose instead of these. Maybe opera would sound better in some scenes. The only good thing is that the director and screenplay writer remained loyal to the book in almost everything. It was almost like if I was reading it, but I may say that those beautiful books deserve a lot better and if they want to do at least a good movie, they should put more budget on it. They weren't a teenager romance like Twilight.
An intriguing and sinful exploration of seduction, forbidden love, and redemption, Gabriel's Inferno is a captivating and wildly passionate tale of one man's escape from his own personal ...
June 15, 2020