Available for digital projection. 64 minutes.
A fable and immram, sifted from the cloak and rubble of the Comedy, a vision before Dante. The soul of the knight Tondal, stricken by the excesses of his flesh, quits his body to tour the next world. He is guided by an angel through heaven, hell and limbo. What lessons await him here? To every pleasure there is a cost, for poetry is a kind of poison, and even your angels will get you lost. Angel, tell me, for how long was I dead?
Be it true or be it false, it is as the copy was.
Sound by Stuart Broomer. Processing by Stephen Broomer, assisted by Alexandria Currie and Dante Pettapiece. Titling by Cameron Moneo. Research support by Francisco Algarín Navarro.
Thanks to R. Bruce Elder, Eva Kolcze, Emmalyne Laurin, Daniel McIntyre, and Ajla Odobašić. Made using the facilities of, and with support from the staff of, the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto. Digital transfer by Niagara Custom Lab.