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Inferno (2016) Poster

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Robert Langdon: The greatest sins in human history have been committed in the name of love. No one will look on this act and call it love.

Sienna Brooks: They'll be alive. What does it matter what they say about us?

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Bertrand Zobrist: There have been five... major... extinctions... in the Earth's history... and unless we take bold, immediate action... the sixth extinction... will be our own.

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Bertrand Zobrist: Everything before you is just... an idea. Now it's real. "Love awakens the soul to act."

Sienna Brooks: That's not fair. Quoting Dante to me. But it's "beauty" not "love."

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Harry Sims: Young people are disappointing. I find they become tolerable around 35.

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Robert Langdon: I'm sorry, this is Sienna... my niece.

Marta Alvarez: You're in Italy, Professor. You don't have to say "niece."

Robert LangdonSienna Brooks: No.

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Robert Langdon: We met?

Sienna Brooks: Sorry, that's not quite fair. I was 9 years old at the time.

Robert Langdon: Wait, wait, 9, 9 years old?

Sienna Brooks: I was crazy about puzzles. And I liked your books. Maybe not Lost Language of Ideograms. But the others.

Robert Langdon: Okay.

Sienna Brooks: I read them all.

Robert Langdon: What a weird kid.

Sienna Brooks: I was, actually.

Robert Langdon: Did I say that out loud?

Sienna Brooks: You did.

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[first lines]

Bertrand Zobrist: [on TV] It took the Earth's population 100,000 years to reach a billion people. And then just 100 more to reach two billion.

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Sienna Brooks: You lied to me when you asked for my help.

Robert Langdon: Well, technically, I withheld.

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Harry Sims: [kills a man and covers up the evidence] Not my best work. But it'll do for the Italians.

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Robert Langdon: This is not your problem. You don't have to stay.

Sienna Brooks: Of course I do. Human lives are at stake. I just want to know that I'm on the right side.

Robert Langdon: You are. I swear.

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Robert Langdon: But I need a copy of the book.

Sienna Brooks: Copy of the book? That's quaint.

[waves a smart phone]

Sienna Brooks: I use Google.

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[last lines]

Robert Langdon: Well, you might tell someone that the lights on the Dante mask should be turned on because I could barely see it.

Death Mask Guard: I know, I'm sorry, sir, the Dante mask is no longer here. It was stolen.

Robert Langdon: Really? I was just looking at it.

Death Mask Guard: Excuse me.

[guard leaves to go look into the mask room and starts shouting in Italian bring in many other guards, who also start speaking Italian as they find the Dante mask in place]

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Robert Langdon: You afraid of heights?

Sienna Brooks: A little.

Robert Langdon: I'm uncomfortable in tight spaces. So don't look down. Or do. I can never remember which.

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Robert Langdon: In the Palazzo's Hall of Five Hundred, there's a famous mural: Giorgio Vasari's "Battle of Marciano". Near the top of the mural is a coded message. It's one of the art world's most famous puzzles.

Sienna Brooks: And what's the message?

Robert Langdon: Cerca trova. "Seek and find". And at the hospital, I kept saying I was sorry...

Sienna Brooks: Very sorry. Over and over.

Robert Langdon: Well, maybe that's not what I meant. The name of the artist, Vasari. I-I could have been saying "Vasari".

Sienna Brooks: That's good. You seem clearer.

Robert Langdon: Yeah. I-I am.

Sienna Brooks: What's your middle name?

Robert Langdon: [dodging] Well, I-I am. I am.

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Robert Langdon: Zobrist is dead, but if his plague is real, then this map, it's a trail he has left so someone can find it.

Sienna Brooks: Who?

Robert Langdon: Well, someone who believes the same as he does.

Sienna Brooks: And that's why you have it?

Robert Langdon: Well, I don't remember ever meeting Zobrist.

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Sienna Brooks: Why didn't you tell me about Ignazio?

Robert Langdon: Would you have helped me if you knew I was a thief?

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Sienna Brooks: You called him a murderer. A psychopath.

Robert Langdon: What?

Sienna Brooks: But history will call us saviors.

Robert Langdon: Oh, my god. Oh, my god.

Sienna Brooks: I'm not afraid to act, Robert. But doing nothing terrifies me.

Robert Langdon: The path and-and the pointer, he left that all for you. Zobrist. You knew him?

Sienna Brooks: Knew him? I loved him. You're wearing his suit.

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Robert Langdon: [believing he's in a hospital in Boston] What am I doing in Florence? That's il Duomo. That... that's the Palazzo Vecchio, isn't it?

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Sienna Brooks: Why was someone shooting at you?

Robert Langdon: I don't know.

Sienna Brooks: Also, when you came into the E.R., you were mumbling something over and over.

[playing a recording on her phone]

Robert Langdon: Very sorry. Very sorry. Very, very sorry.

[she turns the recording off]

Robert Langdon: "Very sorry"?

Sienna Brooks: Do you have any idea why you'd be saying this?

Robert Langdon: No.

Sienna Brooks: Why was someone shooting at you?

Robert Langdon: You can keep asking me these questions, lady, but I'm not gonna know the answers!

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Sienna Brooks: Questions are important. It'll help you recover.

Robert Langdon: Can I ask you for a cup of, uh... it-it's... it's, um... well, it... it's brown and it's hot, and people drink it in the morning for energy. Uh...

Sienna Brooks: Tea?

Robert Langdon: Tea. No! The other one.

Sienna Brooks: Coffee.

Robert Langdon: Coffee! Could I have a cup of coffee?

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Robert Langdon: There are too many of us down here. You won't get to that bag before we do.

Sienna Brooks: No. But I can make sure it breaks.

Robert Langdon: Come on. Don't-don't do this, Sienna, don't. You'll be murdering innocents.

Sienna Brooks: Yes, people will die, a lot of them, but the crisis will be averted. It's what nature demands. The problem won't just be slowed down, it'll be solved. Permanently.

Robert Langdon: Killing billions to save lives? That's the logic of tyrants.

Sienna Brooks: For a greater good, humanity...

Robert Langdon: Genius does not come with extra rights.

Sienna Brooks: No, it comes with the responsibility to take action when others won't.

Robert Langdon: You wanna do something? Fine. Then scream at the top of your lungs and invent and lead!

Sienna Brooks: If you love humanity, if you love this planet, you'd do anything to save it.

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Professor (Istanbul): For what did Zobrist die?

Sienna Brooks: That others may live. I've come very far to make sure nothing interferes. The delivery system we designed will discharge the viral agent by midnight tonight. But there are others who are on their way to stop it. I need to find it before they do and trigger an explosion to ensure its release.

Professor (Istanbul): How do we help?

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Robert Langdon: [trying to solve an anagram] V, R, O. Got... gotta re-arrange these letters. Over, code, covered, cat. God, I used to be good at this.

Sienna Brooks: Cerca trova. It's Italian. It means "seek and find".

Robert Langdon: Cerca trova? Yes! I know why I am in Florence.

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Marta Alvarez: [to Sienna] It's such a romantic date he takes you on, to see a death mask.

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Harry Sims: At my behest. When things had appeared to go tits up, I tried to sweep it all away quickly.

Robert Langdon: By killing me?

Harry Sims: Oh, I apologize unreservedly, Mr. Langdon.

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