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Comments about the soundtrack for Hannibal (Hans Zimmer)
religious symbolism

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Pawel Stroinski
religious symbolism   Wednesday, May 15, 2002 (7:24 a.m.) 

someone said that there was religious symbolism in the movie. i was trying to figure it out. would someone explain?

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Re: religious symbolism   Wednesday, July 31, 2002 (10:47 a.m.) 

> someone said that there was religious symbolism in the movie. i was trying
> to figure it out. would someone explain?

Religious symbolism is present in all scenes regarding Dante's "DIvine Comedy". If you've got the score (grat isn't it?) listen to Hopkins in track 9. All symbolism is present there.

Also Mason Verger is very religious. Read track titles too (Avarice, Virtue)

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