Rutger Hauer - Professor Moonlight
Franco Nero - Hiram Abif
Michael Madsen - Tully DeMarco
Geraldine Chaplin - Tower Woman
Philippe Leroy - Frank Maro
Andrea Cocco - Arthur J. Adams
Walter Lippa - Taron
Diana Dell'Erba - Sara Eve
Yoon C. Joyce - Clerk
Plot: In a near future, due to the effects of an uncompromising law on the eco-sustainability of supports, paper has become a rare item, a luxury possession. Printing is now a crime. Libraries have turned into inaccessible museums. Everything is floating, in a stream of data running in the ether, reaching every tablets and smartphones thanks to a fast net created and universally controlled by the "Big Z": the Zimurgh Corporation.
A series of murders followed by many clues will lead the protagonist, a British scholar of ancient Italian origins - a new Adam and revived Arthur King - to walk on the path traced, so many centuries before, by Dante Alighieri and by the painter Hieronymus Bosch.
The brave Arthur J. Adams will discover that thereason for these murders is the unstoppable will to preserve a secret as old as the world itself: the ancestral way that leads to the supreme knowledge, to the supreme light of Paradise. Before reaching his goal, Arthur will have to delve into the complex universe of symbolism and to surmount his deepest fears, trying to solve a series of ritual murders inspired to the Seven Deadly Sins.
At the end of his investigations, and after passing through the deep catharsis caused by the terrible murders, he will understand that these latter are nothing but a veil.
On the background of this realistic vision of the future, this sci-fi movie is developing in the suggestion created by a future vision of Turin (Italy), still a fascinating, esoteric and mysterious town.