The Dark Below ein Film von Stewart Sparke mit Anna Dawson (II), Michaela Longden. Inhaltsangabe: Bei einem Tiefseetauchgang im. Daheim im Keller hütet Taucherin Olive eine Kreatur, die sie in der Tiefsee gefunden hat. Der ‚Gast' ist intelligent, lebt von Menschenblut und. In The Dark Below versucht eine junge Frau aus einem gefrorenen See zu entkommen, ohne von einem Serienkiller entdeckt zu werden.
The Dark BelowMany translated example sentences containing "the dark below" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations. In dem britischen Horrorfilm The Dark Below von Stewart Sparke macht eine junge Biologin bei einem Tauchgang eine unheimliche Nahtoderfahrung mit. Die Meeresbiologin Olive wird bei einem Tiefseetauchgang von einer riesigen, unbekannten Kreatur angegriffen. Wieder an der Oberfläche stellt sie fest, dass.
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Even if he's upset he knows what that black mark would do to his record. It was a mistake. My mistake.
He smiles at his All Might poster above his desk. Then freezes. A long tear runs across it and continues along the wall.
Izuku turns slowly, taking in his room: the walls are all marked with dark substances, some sections torn up as though Mt. Lady's nails have gouged through them; his ceiling is clear save for a hole in the corner from which a dark substance pours out, the liquid travelling in shapes that make perfect right angles—it hurts to look at those; his desk is wrecked and his computer missing.
Because this is his room after a few years of neglect and disuse. His mother would never let that happen.
There are moments of impossibility in this world, moments that once made will echo out forever even if no one is there to witness them.
Every moment in history is but a cascading chain of coincidences that when looked back upon with the perspective of time will make sense. It is easier to believe a great man clawed his way out of obscurity and changed the world through sheer determination than it is to believe that socioeconomic factors had largely formed the man and that those around him those achievements possible.
This is one such moment for Midoriya Izuku. He smells seawater and the cloyingly sweet smell of decay, the scent of something long dead and left to rot under the scorching sun.
He feels the stifling heat and air so thick that, for a single moment, he wonders if he can cut through it. Izuku sees a sky on fire, waging a war against itself and clouds of inky blackness.
It is the sound that terrifies him. True silence is impossible—the beating of the heart, the rustle of clothing, and the silent whisper of breath will always make themselves present in silence for those sounds travelled through blood and bone, not through the fickle medium of air.
Silence would not be so bad. The sound is barely above a whisper but louder than a comet crashing into the earth, its sonic boom travelling outwards for dozens of miles before the death and destruction that follows.
It grates at his ears and tears at his soul because it is a song he knows down to the marrow in his bones. And he knows if he ever truly hears it, and not merely this echo, he will be torn asunder.
It is a song older than life, but it is a song that can end it. It is the song of finality, of the end of all life.
Instinct tells him this. Every atom of his existence confirms this. The primitive and undeveloped lizard-brain tells him to run.
Izuku stumbles and retches bile on the sandy ground. No, no, no , he thinks as he clamps his hands over his ears. But the sound will not stop.
I can't, I don't—just stop. Let me diebecauseanythingwasbetterthanhearingthedeathofallthings. He scrambles back.
Stones in the sand tear through his clothes but he hardly notices as he crosses the threshold of his room. He slams the door shut and sags against the comforting weight of it, a solid fortress wall despite the gouges and flaking paint.
It grounds him. And not only because he can no longer hear the songthatharkenedtheendofman. Izuku wakes with a gasp.
Cool, fresh air fills lungs that burn and strain as though he has held his breath. He coughs and gasps. Opens his eyes. Sees blue skies. Cars speed down the street and children laugh loudly.
His breath hitches and his throat constricts. The tears, when they come, run down his face freely. Hiccups rack his chest but Izuku didn't care how he looks, not when the song is gone.
Izuku calms down after a few minutes. He wipes his face and pulls his hand back. His heart freezes. Dark red fluid covers his arm.
Gently, he lifts his fingers to his forehead. It stings and when he pulls back he sees blood. He asked and looked around. There are chunks of metal and glass littered on the shattered ground.
It takes him a moment to recognise the shape of a street light from the wires sticking out of the cracked earth.
And then he sees the small pool of blood seeping into the deep cracks of the ground. And that would be a lovely hypothesis.
It would explain why All Might chose me instead of anyone else. Your personal hero solving your problems is the cheapest kind of fanservice.
But It might be the safest option to go with. The other option means I genuinely heard a songthatwouldkillalllifeifitwasheard and One For All is more terrifying that All Might told me.
Kacchan pushed me down and I hit something, hard. I woke up in a place that wasn't the world I know and I heard that terriblesongthatmustneverbesung.
I wake up and a street lamp has been torn to shreds. There are no witnesses or suspects other than me.
The simplest option assuming this is real is that I did this. And the only way any of that could have happened is from a quirk.
Which isn't possible. He had been tested after a Quirk didn't manifest. Izuku has a vestigial toe joint.
The logic makes sense. One For All is a gifted quirk , his traitorous mind whispers. Who says your quirk couldn't have been waiting until now?
His world goes white for a moment. Izuku blinks away the white world, breathing harshly all the while. There is something there that couldn't be thought.
Izuku stands and retrieves the clean shirt he has in his pack. Slowly he wipes away the blood from his face and holds it there to the open cut.
He saddles the bag and walks home slowly in a daze. He doesn't remember entering his home or taking off his shoes.
Izuku hardly hears his mothers worried words or notices walking up the stairs to the bathroom. There is a face in the mirror, bloody and red-eyed from crying.
Unruly green hair framed that face. It looks alien and foreign. He opens the tap and splashes water on his face.
The water runs crimson. Izuku scrubs at his face until only clear water runs. A line of red at his right temple is the only mark he has.
The wound is jagged and unlike the straight thin cuts he's come to associate with head injuries. He hopes it doesnn't change the colour of his hair.
The door open with a bang. Izuku startles as his mother barged in, concern marking the lines of her face.
She steps forward and pulls the hand touching the still tender wound. His mother opens a cabinet and rummaged through it with practised efficiency.
She pulls out a first-aid kit. She unzips the bag and removed a bottle alongside some cotton swabs and thick bandages.
It burns when she disinfects the wound but he bears the pain quietly, letting her continue with the bandage.
He obeys and eats the meal mechanically. Sleep comes easily that night. It isn't pleasant. There are dreams of creatures tearing apart the earth, their very presence driving his mother insane.
He wakes twice before resigning himself to a night without sleep. His alarm startles him awake. Surprised that he managed to fall asleep, Izuku rolls out of bed despite his tiredness.
Takes a shower. Changes the bandage. Eats a meal of fruits and energy shakes. It doesn't take long for him to reach the beach. All Might isn't there yet, and so he stretches thoroughly.
He takes a sip of water when he is done and waits patiently. Rate This. Director: Douglas Schulze. Stars: Lauren Mae Shafer , David G. Added to Watchlist.
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Lauren Mae Shafer Rachel. David G. Brown Ben. Seraphina Anne Zorn. Veronica Cartwright. Zachary Levine.
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