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Dante journeys through Hell to save his wife Beatrice's soul, confronting his sins, battling demons, and ultimately sacrificing himself to trap Lucifer in Hell forever. Beatrice forgives Dante and transforms into an angelic being, leading to a final battle with Lucifer. The movie ends with Dante reuniting with Beatrice in Purgatory, symbolizing Lucifer's revenge awaiting.

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Dante returns from war to find his family brutally killed, including his wife Beatrice.
Dante embarks on a journey through Hell guided by Virgil to save Beatrice's soul.
Dante confronts his sins, encounters various circles of Hell, and battles demons along the way.
Beatrice's torment in Lust is discovered, and Dante faces challenges related to gluttony and greed.
Dante confronts his father in a fierce battle before progressing further, leading to trials and revelations about his past and actions.
Dante continues his journey through hell and confronts Lucifer and his own sins.
Beatrice agrees to marry Lucifer but forgives Dante and becomes an angel.
Dante must defeat Lucifer to escape hell.
Dante faces legendary giants and seemingly kills a three-faced demon revealed to be Lucifer.
Lucifer is freed due to Dante's dark soul and plans to turn purgatory into a hellish realm, prompting Dante to pray for help.
Conclusion of the movie "Dante's Inferno."
Dante sacrifices himself to trap Lucifer in hell forever with a bright light.
Dante reunites with Beatrice in purgatory and rips off the tapestry of sin on his body.
The movie ends with the cross on Dante's chest turning into a snake, symbolizing Lucifer's revenge.