Working from his own novel Metaphysics, writer-director Lech Majewski (Glass Lips, Gospel According to Harry) crafts "magic in the Garden of Earthly Delights intimate passion plays, which are filled with loving detail" (Village Voice) and creates "a luminous, highly erotic treatise on art, love and death" (Chicago Reader). When London art historian Claudine (Claudine Spiteri) meets engineer Chris (Chris Nightingale), it is love and lust at first sight. But their spiritual and erotic connection is threatened by a devastating and deadly illness. Her remaining days on earth are numbered, Claudine chooses to fan the flames of her obsession with Hieronymus Bosch by taking her lover on a trip to Venice, where the artist's work becomes the background for their physical passion and emotional discovery. Like Dante's Beatrice, Claudine becomes Chris' guide into a labyrinth of sensuality, love, death, regret and redemption.