Little Deaths

Synopsis: "Little Deaths" is composed by three segments with short stories of sex, violence, death and revenge in England. 1st segment: "House & Home" Richard Gull and his wife Victoria Gull claim that are good Samaritans and invite the starving homeless Sorrow to have a bath and dinner with them at home. However they spike the wine and when Sorrow wakes up, she is tied naked on a bed in the basement. Richard abuses of her and Victoria stays with Sorrow humiliating her while he has a shower. He hears a scream and when he arrives in the basement, he has a gruesome surprise. 2nd segment: "Mutant Tool" The former addicted prostitute Jen lives with her former pimp and drug dealer Frank, who also abducts persons to steal their kidneys to deliver to Dr. Reese. Jen gives her best efforts to stay clean and refuses to meet clients from the former "agency" where she worked. When Frank asks her to go to Dr. Reese, he gives some tablets for her. Jen has headaches and nightmares and she returns to Dr. Reese,
Genre: Horror
 
IMDB:
4.7
NOT RATED
Year:
2011
94 min
8 Views

Richard.

[Gasping]

Shit.

Jesus, Vee.

I told you once.

It's not right.

You're my wife.

Don't be such a bore.

I saw her today...

by the park.

I want you to

be careful there,

after what

happened last time.

F*ck, careful?

You want this

as much as I do.

[Kissing sound]

We all have

appetites, Richard.

Some of us just

have different tastes.

[Kissing sound]

[Woman, inaudible]

Yeah, me too.

Someone will

turn up soon.

Oy, that bloke's

watching us.

Where?

Over there.

Ya, I've see him hanging

around here before?

What direction?

Pig or pervert.

Same difference.

[Sighing]

Jesus, it's cold.

[Exhales]

You just need a decent meal inside you.

Get some meat

on those bones.

F*cking rats eat

better than we do.

Well, rats aren't

fussy, are they?

You've got

expensive tastes.

I do wish you'd eat a decent

meal sometimes, Richard.

I had a sandwich

at the club.

Who was there?

J ust Oharles, some

of the boys.

Any news?

Nothing ever

happens anymore.

What else dld

you get up to?

Stopped at the park.

And?

She was there.

He was too.

He's always with her.

No, they often split

up in the afternoon.

Better for business

I would've thought.

Tomorrow then.

I'll leave

work early.

What do you

want for dinner?

Well, whatever.

She'll eat whatever

you put in front of her.

They always do.

H m.

There was that one

girl wouldn't eat fish.

Spent hours on

the Dover sole.

Pearls before

f*cking swine.

Well, If she

wants to be fussy,

she'll be sent

straight to bed

without any supper,

won't she? [Chuckling]

I'm going to

get an early one.

N ight, Vee.

Greasy.

I'll clean

up before bed.

Don't be too long.

I want to get a

good night's sleep

and don't need

you disturbing me.

I'll just be

a few mlnutes.

Good night, darling.

Vee...

Yes?

Do you ever

think it's wrong?

It's just

a bit of fun.

They get a meal and

a few quid out of it.

Besldes, no one

gets hurt.

M uch.

I don't have change

for that, mate.

No need.

What do you want? H m?

I'm not in the

game or nothing.

I hope not.

So what do you want?

I'm Richard.

Richard Gull.

Sorrow.

I just have

one question.

Do you know Jesus?

I've never

met the man.

Well, he knows you.

Yeah, well, I get

about a bit, don't I?

Oan't be expected to

remember everybody.

Listen, um,

my wife and I,

we believe in doing what

little we can to help those

less fortunate

than ourselves,

a meal, a hot bath, a

few pounds in the pocket.

Perhaps even a sense

of possibility.

You know, we like

to think

we give a small amount of hope

to those who cross our paths.

It's not much in a world

as cruel as this one

but it's something.

You and your wife?

Victoria. You'll

like her.

Everybody does.

It's a nice ride.

I admit the Lord has been good to me.

I reckon.

So is this a present then or

do you have to pay him back?

One thing, my wife and I

take our faith seriously.

I'd appreciate it

if you respected that.

Yeah, yeah, sorry.

Don't be.

Let's just enjoy what the good

Lord has provided, shall we?

Darling.

Hello. I'm Victoria.

Sorrow.

I wouldn't normally

welcome Sorrow into my home

but in your case

I'll make an exception.

Oheers.

So, how's dinner

coming along?

Very nicely.

But perhaps Sorrow would like

to clean up before we eat.

Richard will show you

where everything is.

Wonderful. And we can

chat properly later.

I'm really very

pleased to meet you.

[Ioud footsteps]

[Water pouring]

[Knocklng at door]

Here you are.

Oheers.

Well, you just relax

and enjoy yourself.

Feel free to use

whatever's there.

No hurry. Dinner won't be

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