Caption-- �September 5th. Sunday.�
They say that some elementary school
at a bed and breakfast in Izu. The kid
wanted to go out and play with everybody,
right, but he didn�t want to miss the
their room. But of course the stations
in Izu are different from the ones in
Tokyo. In Izu, it was just an empty
channel, so he should�ve recorded
nothing but static. But when the kid
on the screen and says--
actually jumps in her seat.
�One week from now, you will die.�
Of course the kid�s completely
freaked, and he stops the video.
Just then the phone rings, and when he
picks it up a voice says--
�You watched it, didn�t you?� That
same time, exactly one week later...
What is it, Tomoko?
friend. Her words are quick, earnest.
Who did you hear that story from?
Who? It�s just a rumor. Everybody
Youko told you?
No, it wasn�t Youko...
What�s up with you?
With Youko and them.
So that�s what I�ve been hearing
about you doing some double-date/
sleepover thing! So, you and that
guy Iwata, huh?
No, it�s not like that. Nothing
Everyone was like, �What�s that?� so
he put it on and we all watched it.
And? What kind of video was it?
Just... weird, I can�t really explain
watching it, the phone rang. Whoever
it was didn�t say anything, but still...
It's cuz, you know, we'd all heard the
That was one week ago today.
Waaait a minute. Are you faking me
They both crack up laughing.
Oh, my... I can�t believe you!
But hang on... you really stayed
Synopsis: Ring is a 1998 Japanese psychological horror film directed by Hideo Nakata, adapted from the novel Ring by Kôji Suzuki, which in turn draws on the Japanese folk tale Banchō Sarayashiki.