“The 73-year-old director’s serene meditation on Europe’s landscape after battle has an unusually obvious triptych structure, with each panel (or act) named for one of Dante’s three ‘kingdoms.’ The central, hour-long ‘Purgatory’ of a writers’ conference in Sarajevo bridges the opening 10-minute ‘Hell’ and a concluding 10-minute ‘Heaven.'” [. . .] –J. Hoberman, The Village Voice, November 24-30, 2004
For more info on the Tall Bearded Iris known as “Dante’s Inferno,” see the Irises Database.