This final installment of the recent Gamera trilogy begins with schoolgirl Ayana discovering a large egg in a cave that, according to legend, houses demons. The egg hatches into a small monster, which Ayana decides to raise and quickly develops as psychic bond with. As Ayana's monster, named Iris, grows to adulthood, the flying turtle Gamera begins to take an interest in this new potential threat. Who will be the victor in the final battle, and how much of Japan will be left standing at the end?
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I will not forgive Gamera.
Did You Know?
Director Kaneko has mentioned that he wanted to give the relationship between the girl Ayana and the monster Iris a more spiritual connotation as he felt that there was a lack of spirituality among the Japanese youth. See more
When the women are giving Ayana CPR, they are pushing down on her abdomen rather than her chest. See more
Every creature, however unappealing, fights to the last to survive. Humanity as well.