Synopsis: A supernatural battle for souls plays out on the streets with lots of guns and knives.
90 min

After a life time?

You have no idea what a

life time really is, boy.

I know what it isn't ,

and so do the assassins

they've probably already sent.

Good, they can take this

wretched body home in a box.

Is that why you've betrayed

us so late in life,

a chance to die on your feet?

You don't have to

kill me for that.

Kill you?

Not when you've got so

many years of suffering ahead.

Relax Tetsuro!

It will be easier for you.

Much better.

That thing was

half dead before I took it.

Now I know why he betrayed

his own organization...

along with the rest of you.

Then you know too much.

You only make us stronger, Ryu.

Good, maybe you'll be able

to put up a real fight.

No good can come of this,

cooperating with the beast.

It might release him

from his suffering.

Death would release him.

And release it in to the world.

No, better to wait for Cain.

So that it has an ally?

This is madness.

No, not an ally. They hate

him as much as you do.

Only because he's free to walk

the earth and they are not.

Otherwise he's more like

one of them than one of us.

You don't know that.

Don't I? Ordinary

men age and die.

I never said he was ordinary.


I thank you for...

For heeding our summons.


Afraid of me, little brother?

Only the taint of your sin.

Don't worry, it's no

worse than your own.

We...we tried to help, but

it's powerful, it refutes us.

Does it have a name?


The lord of the flies?

You know him?

I know of him.

And he knows of you.

He asked for you by name.

Then let's not keep him


Cain. Finally. I was growing

tired of these simpering monks

and their useless prayers.

You know me?

Through the wayward minions

you have returned to my domain

and all the dark souls

you've sent to join them.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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