History Film / TheNinthGate

4th Nov '15 7:14:07 PM Fireblood
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* MercyKill: After [[spoiler: Balkan's]] {{deal with the Devil}} [[GoneHorriblyWrong goes horribly wrong]] and he catches on fire, burning to death, Corso shoots him to put him out of his misery.
23rd Oct '15 3:05:11 AM pratchettgaiman
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* GlowingEyes: The Girl's eyes noticeably glow on several occasions. [[spoiler: Given that she is quite possibly the Devil, or at least ''a'' devil, this may count as GlowingEyesOfDoom]]
* GreenEyes: Corso remarks on the Girl's green eyes, and even calls her "Green Eyes" when she neglects to give her name to him
18th Aug '15 2:24:27 PM LahmacunKebab
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* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Bernie the bookshop owner is killed early on. His book counterpart, Flavio la Ponte, is a major supporting character and stays very much alive. Also Liana Telfer,her henchman, and Boris Balkan, although [[CompositeCharacter it's not really the same character as in the book.]]]]

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* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Bernie the bookshop owner is killed early on. His book counterpart, counterpart, Flavio la Ponte, is a major supporting character and stays very much alive. Also Liana Telfer,her Telfer, her henchman, and Boris Balkan, although [[CompositeCharacter it's not really the same character as in the book.]]]]
18th Jul '15 10:48:05 PM NSlayton5
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* AdaptationDistillation: The movie removes several subplots from the novel, combines numerous characters and changes the ending.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The movie removes several subplots from the novel, combines numerous characters and changes the ending. It still works quite well though.
* AdaptationNameChange: Lucas Corso of the book becomes Dean Corso. Liana Taillefer becomes Liana Telfer. Her henchman, mainly called Rochefort in the book before his name is revealed, goes unnamed.



* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Bernie the bookshop owner is killed early on. His book counterpart, Flavio la Ponte, is a major supporting character and stays very much alive. Also Liana Telfer and Boris Balkan, although [[CompositeCharacter it's not really the same character as in the book.]]]]

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* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Bernie the bookshop owner is killed early on. His book counterpart, Flavio la Ponte, is a major supporting character and stays very much alive. Also Liana Telfer Telfer,her henchman, and Boris Balkan, although [[CompositeCharacter it's not really the same character as in the book.]]]]


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* RaceLift: Rochefort, an EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette in the book, becomes a bleach blond black man. With NoNameGiven.
15th Mar '15 5:59:27 PM fgenzo159
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** It was also the goal of Aristide Torchia, who published in 1666 "''De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis'' ''[[labelnote:Lat.]]The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows [[/labelnote]]''" which he based on the "''Delomelanicon'' ''[[labelnote:Lat.]]Invocation of Darkness [[/labelnote]]''", a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils.

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** It was also the goal of Aristide Torchia, who published in 1666 "''De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis'' ''[[labelnote:Lat.]]The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows [[/labelnote]]''" which he based on the "''Delomelanicon'' ''[[labelnote:Lat.]]Invocation of Darkness [[/labelnote]]''", a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow allowing the reader to summon devils.Him.
15th Mar '15 5:58:08 PM fgenzo159
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** It was also the goal of Aristide Torchia, who published in 1666 "De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis [[labelnote:Lat.]]The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows [[/labelnote]]" which he based on the "Delomelanicon [[labelnote:Lat.]]Invocation of Darkness [[/labelnote]]", a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils.

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** It was also the goal of Aristide Torchia, who published in 1666 "De "''De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis [[labelnote:Lat.Portis'' ''[[labelnote:Lat.]]The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows [[/labelnote]]" [[/labelnote]]''" which he based on the "Delomelanicon [[labelnote:Lat."''Delomelanicon'' ''[[labelnote:Lat.]]Invocation of Darkness [[/labelnote]]", [[/labelnote]]''", a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils.
15th Mar '15 5:57:13 PM fgenzo159
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** It was also the goal of Aristide Torchia, who published in 1666 "De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis" [[labelnote:Lat.]] The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows [[/labelnote]] which he based on the Delomelanicon [[labelnote:Lat.]] Invocation of Darkness [[/labelnote]], a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils.

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** It was also the goal of Aristide Torchia, who published in 1666 "De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis" Portis [[labelnote:Lat.]] The ]]The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows [[/labelnote]] [[/labelnote]]" which he based on the Delomelanicon "Delomelanicon [[labelnote:Lat.]] Invocation ]]Invocation of Darkness [[/labelnote]], [[/labelnote]]", a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils.
15th Mar '15 5:55:52 PM fgenzo159
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* NumberOfTheBeast: Balkan has the largest collection in the world of books about the Devil. Guess what the password to his library is? Also, the author of the book he's seeking, which reputedly is capable of summoning the Devil, was burned along with all of his works in 1''666''.

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* NumberOfTheBeast: Balkan has the largest collection in the world of books about the Devil. Guess what the password to his library is? Also, the author of the book he's seeking, which reputedly is capable of summoning who supposedly summoned the Devil, published it and was burned along with all of his works works, except for three books, in 1''666''.
15th Mar '15 5:53:48 PM fgenzo159
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** It was also the goal of Aristide Torchia, who published in 1666 "De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis" [[labelnote:Lat.]] The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows [[/labelnote]] which he based on the Delomelanicon [[labelnote:Lat.]] Invocation of Darkness [[/labelnote]], a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils.
15th Mar '15 5:45:40 PM fgenzo159
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** And we're talking about forging a book into ''two'' other books, not just one : it doubles the risks, and makes it impossible by requesting a perfect copy ''twice''. Yet, it's still said early that the books (or parts of it) are forgery [[spoiler: : {{a Foreshadowing}} that there was a DealWithTheDevil involved with the author, Aristide Torchia]].

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** And we're talking about forging a book into ''two'' other books, not just one : it doubles the risks, and makes it impossible by requesting a perfect copy ''twice''. Yet, it's still said early that the books (or parts of it) are forgery [[spoiler: : {{a Foreshadowing}} a {{Foreshadowing}} that there was a DealWithTheDevil involved with the author, Aristide Torchia]].
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