What made Wordsworth and Coleridge such opposing forces in romantic literature was that Wordsworth depicted nature as a benevolent force, while Coleridge saw nature as something dark and daemonic (especially in "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner"). But "Pandaemonium," besides fumbling a number of historical facts, never delves into those artistic sensibilities. If the movie did, we'd understand why they both attracted and repelled each other. "Pandaemonium" instead becomes pretentious chaos. Starring John Hannah, Linus Roache, Samantha Morton and Emily Woof. Directed by Julien Temple. Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce. Produced by Nick O'Hagen. No distributor set. Drama. Not yet rated. Running time: 120 min.