Film about a superheroine. Includes humour, political messages, a strong female lead, and positive messages for young women.
About the project
The country is called Bavodia. The most powerful organisations are the media companies and they rule with their own military. The protagonist is a female bookstore owner by day and a crime fighter by night. She fights crime on a microcosmic and macrocosmic level, defending victims of domestic abuse and whole cities being oppressed.
The ruler is distorting the truth using his media company, and aiming to wipe out an entire city. The citizens of that city have been forced onto a small strip of land, which is a major human rights offense in itself. The ruler, Mortimer, tries to convince the Bavodian citizens that these oppressed citizens are carrying a dangerous disease called Roakon.
In short, the protagonist, called Sally, has to restore order and make sure that Mortimer's plan to wipe them out fails. She finally places a positive leadership group in power. There is a short snippet after the credits roll, where Sally plays a prank on her new boyfriend. There is also some humour at the beginning. The main reason for creating such a film is really to give young women someone to look up to - a woman who uses her talents and skills to help others, rather than being a women obsessed with her looks, weight, and boyfriend issues as one might see in other films with female leads.
This film really emphasises the strength of a good woman who fights for what is right.