Gehenna: Where Death Lives

Synopsis: A group visits Saipan to search for locations for their company's newest resort. As they find what they think is the perfect spot, they discover a hidden bunker on the property which they decide to explore. However, they soon find out that curiosity can kill. As each member faces their most private secrets and the secrets of the bunker itself, the results lead to a most shocking conclusion. ...
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105 min


(wine flowing)

(chanting in foreign language)


(speaking in foreign language)





Where are you!

Over there is fine.

Ruth? It's Paulina.

Patch me through to Morgan.

Paulina, how was your flight?


Did you get the

email I sent you?

Great location, lots

of red tape, though.

I can get us through it.

I'm sure you can.

But Thomas won't go for

anything, unless he knows

exactly what he's getting into.

I'll get him the specs on

every inch of this place.

Try to enjoy yourself,

it's a tropical island

for God's sake.

I'll relax when

I have your office.

Slow down.

I might have another

year left in me.

Did you put in a

good word for me?

Every chance I get.

You know, take care of

yourself, and keep me posted.

Okay, Morgan. See you.

(speaking in foreign language)

Welcome to Resort

Saipan, my name is Tony.

And here are your Bojobo dolls,

This, a gift from the

natives of Saipan.

Depending how you place them.

Different wish.

This is for children.

Gracias, that will be all.


Enjoy your stay in Saipan.


Yes. Please.

Coffee. Cream,

no sugar, to go.

Good memory.

Any sign of Dave?

Yeah. He's out shooting

the cargo ships coming in.

Hey, did your brother get

back to you this morning?

Yeah. He did.

Thanks for asking.

I'm sure it's all

going to work out.

Everything will be alright.

We all got to grow

up sometime, right?

That's Alan.



Hey, Alan, this is

my associate, Tyler.

He's my architectural



Great to meet you.

Well, I'll go, find Dave.

- So How are...

- You want some coffee?


No, I'm fine.



Long time no see.

Paulina. Great to see you.

It's good to see you.

How's island life

been treating you?

Amazing as ever.

Hey Tyler.

I picked up this shirt in Tokyo.

What does it say?

(speaking in foreign language)

"I am America's

number one pervert."

Son of a bitch.

The sales person said it

was a very funny shirt.

It is.

Impressive at

reading Japanese,

can't be an easy

language to master.

My pronunciation's for

shit but I can stumble

through a conversation.

Me, I prefer to

speak dollars and cents.

The language the whole

world understands.

You know what I mean?

Shall we?

Hey, what are they

protesting about?

Yeah, the property we

are headed to, actually.

Shouldn't worry.

Natives never go

anywhere in there.

Wait 'till you see this place.

It's beautiful.

It's 20 acre that you got.

Pepe, what the hell is this?

You don't like it?

All good vans taken.

Plus, you always say

to save money, boss.

My cousin give us good deal.

Just help them with their stuff.

Okay, okay. Got it.

Um, it's,

Yeah. It's good.


Seems odd that the locals

are protesting the sale

but they never go there.

During World War II, some

of the natives went missing,

probably worked to

death by the Japanese.

My guess is that they

want to put a memorial up.

So if we obtain the land,

we'll just make it part

of our construction.

Whoa. Somebody's been

doing their homework, huh?

It was sacred burial ground,

before Japanese even come.

From early Spanish colonies,

they bring disease and bad men.

A lot of our people died.

But the point is.

It's that the Japanese is the

one who desecrated the land,

but now it's just a

prime real estate.

Pepe is right.

There's a lot of

folklore dating back

to the Spanish colonization.

Nobody cares about the

Spanish or the locals,

it's the World War II aspect

that the history

buffs are after.

There's tours given

on the island already,

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