Gabriel

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.
 
IMDB:
5.7
R
Year:
2007
114 min
Website
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Falling is the first thing l feel,

Distant voices echo inside my head,

Their orders are clear,

and yet all l can think about is the others,

Remiel,

Uriel,

Amitiel,

lthuriel,

Raphael,

Michael,

Each one traveled the same path,

What was their fate?

What awaits me on the other side?

They have gone to a place where the light

is cursed and darkness blinds the soul,

This is a place

where even angels fear to tread,

Forgive me.

Freedom

is the potential to challenge yourself

far beyond the constraints

of traditional rule.

We draw strength from our passions.

We're driven by desire.

Even hatred can be a worthy ally

when used against an enemy.

And yet, we are told to turn our backs

on these things,

the very feelings, emotions,

that make us all human.

Sounds like you've been listening

to the wrong source.

lt would appear so, now, wouldn't it?

You don't like me very much,

do you, Baliel?

Strange, because l hear no complaints

from the others.

ls it something l've done?

More like something you haven't.

Then let me put your mind to rest.

You did a good thing to bring him here.

-l'm not sure the others will agree.

-Oh, they will.

And as a sign of my appreciation,

l have a gift for you.

Do you remember the Arc, Amitiel?

l know you were here.

Gabriel,

lf you are reading this, then l have failed,

We are far from grace,

further than l could ever imagine,

You will feel things

that will cloud your judgment,

This enemy within is strong

and unpredictable,

Control these emotions,

or the fight cannot be won,

The others have failed,

Learn from them, but do not follow,

You are the last, Michael,

Molloch.

-Be silent,

-Gabriel!

Close your mind,

-Silence yourself,

-You can hear me,

Silence your mind,

-They're coming for you,

-Gabriel,,,

You can hear me,

-Silence your mind, Now!

-Silence your mind, Now!

You looking for someone?

lnteresting.

What do you want?

l'm looking for an old friend of mine.

Goes by the name of Uriel.

Not here.

lt's very important that l speak with her.

She may be in danger.

The only danger here is

what you've brought with you.

Can you at least just tell me

if she's still alive?

The answer's yes.

-Now l've told you all l know.

-Then tell me where she is.

l've told you all l know.

Now it's time for you to leave.

Where is she?

This time, no lies.

You can't pull that trigger.

You're not allowed.

And why's that?

Your orders are to destroy the Fallen

and bring light back to this place.

You can't kill innocents.

lt's against your code.

So get this f*cking thing out of my face.

Firstly, Uriel is a he, not a she.

Secondly, there's not a f*cking chance

in hell he's ever coming back.

Where has he gone?

ln here,

where no goddamn voices or feelings

or anything else can get at him.

Why would he do that?

You felt it the second you arrived.

lt's the burden of being real,

mortal.

They didn't tell us, Gabe,

what it would be like.

They didn't tell us

how f*cking hard it would be.

lf you're Uriel, then why can't l feel you?

Because l've learned ways to

silence myself.

Then you've turned your back on the order.

You've betrayed your oath.

Well, l am only human, after all.

You are an Arc and a servant of the light...

Put into human form

to walk amongst the living, l know.

Have you ever felt fear, Gabriel?

Because l do.

l feel it all the f*cking time.

l hate this place.

l hate myself.

And before l arrived,

l didn't even know what that feeling was.

You can't succumb to it.

You have felt the love and contentment

of a pure existence.

That is where you draw your strength.

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