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What layers of hell are shown in What Dreams May Come?
In What Dreams May Come, Robin William's character Chris Nielsen travels through hell. They show some of the layers in hell as depicted in Dante's Inferno, but I don't believe they show all of them. ...
Dec 2 '11 at 20:52
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