This low-budget sci-fi film is yet another post-Apocalypse adventure, and it's drearier than most.
In a black-and-white prologue, it is explained that six billion people, or "98.6 percent of the earth's population," are dead from a virus, leaving a barren desert world composed of those who are infected (who have up to five years left to live) and those few who are not, called "virgins." The
virgin population, of which females are the most valuable commodity, is controlled by Japanese "flesh dealers" led by Japanese Boss (Allen Eu). Needing one more female virgin, Boss coerces the infected, world-weary Bounty Hunter (Phil Nordell) to find her. With the help of ...