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Director  Dusty Nelson
Initial release  June 25, 2002 (USA)
Screenplay  Dusty Nelson
Writer  Sharat Sardana
Language  English
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Short, Sci-Fi
Music director  Jeff Marsh
Duration  
Country  UK
Inferno (2001 film) movie poster
Cast  Emily Booth (Laura), Sanjeev Bhaskar (Jaz), Nitin Ganatra (Naz), Alan Talbot (Mr. Bonecrusher)
Similar movies  White Phantom (1987), Black Cadillac (2003), Inhabited (2003), Bloodworth (2010), Fangs (2002)

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Inferno is a 2001 28-minute-long sci-fi film directed by Paul Kousoulides, featuring UK cult actress/presenter Emily Booth.

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Plot

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Set inside a "Quake" like video game, one of the game's cannon-fodder grunts falls for the Lara Croft-inspired heroine and, in a constantly looping game level, tries time and again to catch her attention before she can "chain gun" him.

Cast

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  • Sanjeev Bhaskar: "Jaz"
  • Nitin Ganatra: "Naz"
  • Emily Booth: "Laura"
  • Alan Talbot: "Mr. Bonecrusher"
  • Prizes

    Commissioned by the UK's Channel 4, Inferno won the Silver Hugo Award at the 2002 Chicago International Film Festival, Best Short Film at the 2002 London Sci-Fi Film Festival. It was also nominated for a BAFTA for Best Short Film in 2002.

    References

    Inferno (2001 film) Wikipedia
    Inferno (2001 film) IMDb Inferno (2001 film) themoviedb.org


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