An American college student in Rome and his sister in New York investigate a series of killings in both locations where their resident addresses are the domain of two covens of witches.
“Inferno” is a horror film directed by Italian director Dario Argento and released in 1980. It is the second installment in Argento’s “Three Mothers” trilogy, following the film “Suspiria” (1977) and preceding “The Mother of Tears” (2007).
The film follows a young woman named Rose Elliot (played by Irene Miracle) who discovers a sinister supernatural conspiracy after finding an ancient book called “The Three Mothers” in her apartment building. The book reveals the existence of three powerful witches who live in different parts of the world and control various aspects of human existence.
As Rose investigates the mystery, she encounters a series of gruesome murders and eerie supernatural occurrences. She eventually learns that one of the witches, Mater Tenebrarum, is responsible for the evil in her building and must be stopped before she unleashes chaos upon the world.
The film is known for its stunning cinematography, surreal imagery, and intense violence. It has become a cult classic among horror fans and is considered one of Argento’s best films.