Synopsis: GABRIEL tells the story of an archangel who fights to bring light back to purgatory - a place where darkness rules - and save the souls of the city's inhabitants.
Director(s): Shane Abbess
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
114 min

And where's that? Can you see it?

All l see is a dead world, run by the Fallen.

And you know what?

These people seem to like it here.

They actually seem to enjoy this existence.

So, why should l fight it?

-Why should l die for them?

-Because they don't know any better.

lt is up to us to show them

that there is another way.

That it is worth fighting for.

l give you two weeks,

then we'll see what you say.

Now, how about you

get the f*ck out of my face,

because, whilst you may be bound

by rules, l am not.

You know the other great thing

they forget to tell you on the way down?

lf you die here as an Arc or a Fallen,

then you're dead forever.

Even the soul dies. And l ain't risking that.

Neither should you.

This place is surrounded by darkness.

The light has no way of knowing

what goes on down here.

You can't blame them.

There's one thing l forgot.

l'm sorry, Uriel. l had to do this.

l need you to show yourself.

Heal this wound.

F*ck you.

Please, Uriel. Heal this wound.

You can't let this body die.

You swore an oath. Now, do it!


Watch the door.

They may be coming.

Pumps like blood through the veins

of this entire city.

You must be very proud.

lf only we could sleep.

You be here about the obeah.

l be thinking Molloch is dead.

lt seems they've sent another.

The presence we heard earlier

belonged to the Arc, Gabriel.

Thee be knowing all about these things.

With Michael gone, all their hopes

will now lay with our new friend.

Unfortunately for them,

Michael was always the stronger of the two.

Well, we all know what happened to him.

l still sense the new angel spirit

is strong in this place.

Which is why we will wait.

Let him fall prey

to the good nature of this city.

And if, in time,

he still has the will for a battle,

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