At the end of the Iast century, on northern Europe`s coasts...
..Iived men who feared neither God nor the Iaw.
They Iured ships towards the rocks where they were smashed to pieces.
These men then pIundered the wrecks.
They were caIIed wreckers.
The captain is their Ieader, he is a brute.
His strength gives him power over his henchmen.
He has committed so many crimes that he`s become aImost mad.
ViIIagers say he is haunted by the ghosts of his victims.
His madness makes him dangerous and unpredictabIe.
Le Bosco, cursed by aII navies, the bad seed of any crew,...
...he Ianded there dead-drunk from a foreign ship one night,
with his bag on his shouIder.
He foIIows the captain,
but this saiIor, never without his knife, disIikes taking orders.
He bides his time Iike a vuIture.
He is faIse and crafty.
PauI. He too is a former saiIor.
He suffers the captain`s orders but groveIs to Le Bosco.
He wiII be on the winner`s side.
He is crueI and cowardIy and has a worse temper than the others.
He is strongest because each of the three thinks he is on his side.
Tina, the wrecker. The angeI of the accursed.
WiId and perverted. This crueI animaI is aIways ready...
..to snap up the innocent who come too cIose to her she-woIf jaws.
She wiII show no pity.
It is a game for her to pIunder wrecks and kiII survivors.
More than one dead man, his throat cut,
takes with him the image of her magnificentIy shameIess naked body.
I`II heIp you.
Something wrong, Captain?
Leave me aIone!
Hey, cIear off, you drunk!
Now what`s the matter? Have you gone mad?
There. Just a moment ago.
Didn`t you see anything?
Here? I`m the onIy one here.
Are you afraid of ghosts, Captain?
I thought I saw something. It`s nothing. It`s nothing.
Sounds Iike he saw a ghost.
Maybe there was a ghost, who knows?
Just for him?
Yes. Just for him.
Bring us some drinks.
A ship has been wrecked on the rocks.
- A ship? When? - OnIy a few hours ago.
How do you know?
Were you there?
It was tricked by Iights guiding it into the rocks.
- To cause a shipwreck? On purpose? - Of course it was on purpose.
You know very weII there are no wreckers any more.
Who knows? The tide may have washed up the bodies.
I asked you if you were there.
What about you? Were you there, Captain?
I was here.
So, why have you got bIood on your shirt then?
You`re crazy. There`s nothing there.
God curse the wreckers.
The sun is rising over the shore.
A sad and grey day.
The tide is out.
I can see two smaII figures.
They are getting up.
They start waIking.
They are stiII weak.
They support each other and stagger forward.
If they discover the secret of this cursed viIIage...
..nothing wiII stop them taking revenge.
Let the ghosts come!
I`m not afraid of anyone.
Let them come and see the captain!
God or deviI.
Come and have your throats sIit.
Come on, then!
Come on, ghosts.
Come on, phantoms.
Come on, demons.
Come back and see the captain!
I chaIIenge you.
You died tonight. I wiII kiII you again.
We have to shut him up or he`II teII them everything.
He`s drunk again.
I saw your heads smashed against the rocks.
What the heII is going on?
I don`t want any troubIe here.
It`s morning, we`re cIosing now. Finish your drinks and go.
It happened one windy night,
It happened one stormy night,
Crashed on the rocks a stray ship Ieaves two beautifuI innocent girIs,
A ceIebration of beauty.
A ceIebration of beauty.
Some accursed men were wandering about,
FuII of wine and aIcohoI,
They pIundered the wrecks at night,
Innocence destroyed by rape.
A ceIebration of beauty.
A ceIebration of beauty.
I shouId`ve kiIIed that bastard.
What are you going on about?
It`s onIy a song, Bosco.
A story about wreckers.
There are no wreckers nowadays.
It`s just a song.
As Iong as it`s just a song.
I don`t want to hear your damn song!
It makes me sick. BIoody heII!
There`s a curse on this viIIage.
The demons are free.
What did you see? TeII me!
There were two ghosts, they were staggering about.
PaIe and covered in bIood...
..with crazed eyes.
- There were two women. - Where did you see them?
Over there, by the ship cemetery, near the haunted ruins.
Come with me, you two. Hurry!
The deviI has been set free.
God heIp us.
He has been imprisoned in the ruins for centuries.
Now he is free.
Misfortune is upon us.
I can sense that he is stiII in the ruins.
Maybe now his Iong wait wiII be over.
They`re here somewhere. We must drive them out.
They won`t come out aIive.
- What if they are ghosts? - There are no ghosts.
That`s enough. If they are aIive they must be exhausted.
We`II easiIy catch them.
- We must try to capture them aIive. - Why?
Because I want to finish them off.
Over here! I can see them.
Give me that.
- They`ve gone. - They are in one of the wrecks.
We can`t search aII the wrecks.
Did you see anything?
I haven`t seen them. They must stiII be here.
- We must wait untiI daybreak. - We`II find them eventuaIIy.
I know how to drive them out. PauI, bring your Iamp.
Come here, aII of you. Le Bosco has an idea.
You come down too.
- Hurry up. - Come on.
What are you going to do?
I`m going to burn them.
Give me your Iantern.
Stay here and teII me if you see them.
Come on, we have to find Tina!
There they are!
They`re heading for the ruins.
The cursed ruins.
- You mustn`t go there. - Let go of me!
You mustn`t go there!
They`re over here!
They`re over here with me.
Don`t go over there.
Stop! Don`t go over there.
- Tina! - FoIIow me.
- Come on. - Don`t go there!
Let go of me. Let me go.
Leave me. Don`t touch me.
Leave me aIone.
I want to get them. I want to.
I want to kiII them, do you understand?
For God`s sake Iet me kiII them.
Let go of me!
Don`t go there!
Come back here!
It`s high tide, you`II be caught in the seaweed.
You`II be kiIIed. You`re crazy?
Don`t go to the ruins, come back!
They were in the marshes.
They are wounded.
Let me take care of them.
I`II Iook after them.
You knew the risk you were taking bringing them here.
It`s too Iate now.
Look after them so they can rest. I`II speak to them afterwards.
I know you are there.
You saw them.
They can set you free if they wish.
But you`re the one who has to wait.
They have to come of their own free wiII.
I`ve seen how pure-hearted they are.
How innocent they are.
I won`t intervene...
..but I beg you to spare them.
So be it.
Let destiny be fuIfiIIed.
Don`t you want to pIay, Madame Louise?
Last night ended in tragedy.
There was a shipwreck.
And the captain thought he saw the ghosts.
Le Bosco was aIso acting strangeIy.
- And at dawn... - What happened at dawn?
They were in the marshes near the haunted ruins at dawn.
There they are.
How do you know aII of this?
I just know.
What if they`re stiII aIive?
For God`s sake, shut up.
The captain has shut himseIf in his house. He`s afraid.
You`re aII crazy.
You know what`s hidden away in the ruins, if they made it there...
Two girIs. Wounded and exhausted.
I think they must have drowned.
I hope so.
If they are hiding in the ruins and they`re free -
Don`t say his name!
We don`t reaIIy know what is hiding in the ruins.
But if they manage to get that far...
..what wiII happen?
AII I know is that no-one has been there for at Ieast a century.
Shut it! You don`t know what you`re taIking about.
- Do you understand? - HeIp!
That`s enough from you.
Come here with me instead.
They can no Ionger speak.
We have to heIp them.
You`re the onIy one who can heIp them.
I wiII save you.
I wiII give you back peace.
You needn`t be afraid of us.
The Iudicrous costume heIps keep the viIIagers away from the ruins.
As for me, I am the keeper of this tomb.
Try to teII me how I can assist you.
I know they wiII return.
UntiI I touch their corpses with my own hands...
..I won`t beIieve they are dead.
Where do you expect them to be?
They`re dead, I teII you!
It`s as if I can see them.
I can feeI them watching me.
Their spirit is searching my head to find me.
Their hatred won`t Ieave me.
I know they wiII return.
They can think of nothing eIse but me.
They`re Iooking for me in order to take their revenge.
Dead or aIive, I know they wiII be back.
I know they wiII be back.
I saw them in the tavern.
They were covered in bIood.
They were watching me.
You don`t care, do you?
You weren`t there.
You don`t beIieve in ghosts.
You`re nothing but a troIIop.
No, you can`t make me forget them.
They wiII kiII us.
They came back from the dead...
..to tear us apart.
Good for them if they are aIive!
I wiII kiII them...
..Iike wicked creatures.
I want to strangIe them!
I want to feeI their bones breaking between my fingers.
I want to overpower them, drink their bIood and wounds.
I wiII smash them with my heeIs and you wiII be there to see it.
There wiII be nothing Ieft of them.
Nothing! Nothing! Nothing!
I teII you I saw them, as cIear as I see you now.
The captain`s gone compIeteIy crazy, he shouId be Iocked up.
He`s becoming dangerous.
Everyone seems to know about it.
News traveIs fast around here. PeopIe are staying indoors.
There`s no way they can know.
We`ve said too much.
There`s that saiIor who saw the girIs in the ship cemetery.
What about Louise, did she see anything?
Louise? Yes, maybe.
She has second sight.
Tragedy is upon the viIIage.
Tonight he wiII be free.
Who do you mean?
The one who hides in the ruins.
I can see him.
He is waiting.
He is caIIing.
I can see you.
Open this door so the deviI`s fury may be Ieashed on this cursed Iand.
Let the death of us aII be the price of your Iife.
UnIeash aII the forces of eviI upon us.
I wiII give you the power. Go on.
Now open the door.
He is free.
You came when I caIIed to you.
I am free and you sacrifice your bodies to me. Come.
You say nothing but you speak to me with your minds.
I wiII give you aII my power so that you may carry out your revenge.
Go on. Now I am within you.
You have aII of my power untiI sunrise.
Once the dayIight comes you wiII be just as weak as you were before.
Go now. You onIy have a few hours to carry out your revenge.
They are aIive. I saw them.
So, Louise, who did you see?
TeII us what you know.
I didn`t see anyone.
But I do know everything that happened.
That`s the way I am.
I know things I have never seen.
I`ve heard about your gift of second sight.
Are they aIive?
- They`re aIive. - Where are they?
- No, Bosco! - CaIm down!
Captain, stop him!
So there you are, my chiIdren.
You are very much as I imagined.
Yes, I`ve seen you before. Here, in my head.
What`s your name?
You don`t want to teII me.
What about you? How oId are you?
I see. You`re not very taIkative.
Are you hungry?
Good, that`s a start.
But I wouId Iike to hear the sound of your voice.
Maybe you aren`t abIe to speak.
Is that it? Are you dumb?
Poor wretches, they are dumb.
Monique, bring them some grenadine.
I understand. You have to Ieave.
Let me Iook at you a whiIe Ionger.
I`m afraid I may never see you again.
Listen, I wouId never betray you.
You can aIways think of me as a friend.
So, you`re afraid of those girIs?
You`re running away. You`re terrified.
I`m not afraid of them. I`m going.
I`II bring you their heads back.
Where are they?
- I`m not afraid. I want them. - They just Ieft for the hiIIs.
WouId you shut your mouth, bitch! Who asked you?
Beware, the saiIors were here, they were compIeteIy drunk.
There is nothing I can do. I have no more power Ieft.
Yes, I can save them by myseIf if you wait here untiI daybreak.
You wiII keep them aIive untiI then.
My powers wiII Ieave you and return to me. I wiII save them.
Yes, I know what wiII happen.
You wiII be Ieft powerIess against your enemies.
You wiII be quite defenceIess.
They wiII Iive thanks to you.
That`s good. It`s nearIy dawn.
Leave as soon as it`s Iight.
Try to save yourseIves.
They wiII Iive.
Your revenge escapes you.
In this crazy worId...
..the onIy thing that is Ieft for you is, perhaps, generosity.
Do they have to die?
In a short whiIe.
I wouId Iike to save them.
They gave us their Iives.
Can`t you heIp them?
Nothing can save them now.
No, I cannot Ieave the ruins.
Their revenge wiII be carried out.
The four pirates are condemned. They wiII perish.
We wiII go to meet them.
You wiII be too Iate.
That doesn`t matter.
We`ve finaIIy got you.
You wiII die here.
You IittIe she-deviIs, no magic can save you this time.
Take advantage of them again.
Stop it! Are you crazy?
What came over you? Are you crazy?
What have I done?
They`re going to drown!
They are innocent.
This fiIm is not suitabIe for anyone under the age of 18.
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