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The Name of the Rose was set in the 13th century monastery The movie is told as a flashback from Adso as an old man looking back to when he was child The movie starts off with Brother William of Baskerville and his novice Adso of Melk riding to an abbey in north Italy Once they arrive in their room they are welcomed by the lord bishop who also informs them of a mysterious death that has just happened The people that live in the abbey believe that it is just the presence of evil but Brother William begins to investigate the place Another man is then found head first in a pot of hogs blood Brother William is led to some evidence written on a piece of paper in lemon juice from a book that he thinks is the reason for the deaths so Brother William asks to see the library but it is forbidden Meanwhile another man is found drowned in a tub of water Brother William has noticed that all the victims have had black fingers and black tongues so he proclaims that the next person to die will have a black tongue and finger Another man finds the book that Brother William has been looking for but before he can notify Brother William he is stabbed and killed When Brother William comes to look at the man he finds that he does have a black finger and black tongue so the town people start to believe that Brother William is the murderer Brother William and Adso continue to try to find the source of the murders but each time they try to ender the library they are threatened by Bernardo Gui who is protecting the book While they are searching the novice is seduced by a peasant girl which is considered to be the ultimate sin but the novice thinks that he is in love with her The towns
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