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

then that's exactly what we will give him.

F*ck waiting!

The city is ours.

We kill this Arc and go home!

Patience, Ahriman.

Try to think of it as a game.

They move, we move.

Until all the pieces fall into place.

l don't play fucking games.

You have to trust that

this is the safest option for all of us.

This is safe.

And this is safe.

Well, you know what would be

the safest thing for you to do right now?

lt would be to sit down

and shut the f*ck up.

You be in a funny mood tonight, boss.

l just look forward to this being over.

No more conflict.

-Pass me one of those.

-You sure you want one?

Just because l'm a fucking angel

doesn't mean l can't smoke.

When l was back in the city,

you spoke to me.

How did you know l was there?

The same way you knew l was here.

lt's your connection to the source.

You drew power from the light

in order to listen.

Problem is, that also

exposes your presence.

And you know a way to hide it.

The Fallen can only sense us

if we're in close proximity,

that's why l live so far out here.

lf you go using your powers,

drawing from the source,

you're gonna be like a beacon for them.

And chances are the whole fucking lot

will come down on you at once.

So you have to conceal your true self,

far enough so they can't see you,

but not so far as you can't come back.

ls that what happened to you?

Not exactly.

But it did contribute.

l want you to close your eyes.

Now, open again.

Right now, you're an angel

inside of a human form.

What we're trying to do is hide that fact.

So, to everyone out there,

you're completely human.

l want you to search inside,

focus on your spiritual self,

connect and feel it as a whole.

Now, close your eyes.

There you go.


-Because it's like, l get them in,

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