The Sector

Synopsis: In a dystopian world, a bounty hunter sets out to capture a ruthless band of outlaws who have kidnapped an important father and daughter through a world of multiverses. Unbeknownst to the Outlaws and the Bounty Hunter is that another, more powerful man known only as The Finisher has plans of his own.
Genre: Sci-Fi
Director(s): Josh Ridgway
Production: Copper Kid Productions
86 min


This is Lyndsey Bird, reporting

live from the White House,

where the Secretary of

Defense has confirmed

that the internet kill switch has been

initiated due to cyber terrorism.

Unconfirmed reports

of catastrophic failure in global

telenet and communications systems.

Trading on all major

financial markets has been

suspended indefinitely.

They're calling it the Drek Virus.

The Prime Minister

has declared a state of emergency.

The source

of the virus, which has

crippled the core

of modern society, remains a mystery.

As food and water grow

scarce, people want answers,

and they're tired of waiting.

Despite martial law another

violent day of riots and unrest.

The D.O.D. confirms that the Drek Virus

has gone global,

forcing the worldwide economy

to stop all foreign trade.

The President has declared

a state of emergency.

Rioting and looting are flooding

the streets here in Washington.

We're being told to evacuate

the area by the National Guard.

The death toll continues to rise.

I'm getting a report that

we're going off the air now.

Good night and good luck

to all of you. Godspeed.

What's your poison?

Red Eye.

That's gonna cost ya.

You know how much it cost's to keep that

generator running outside?

Just pour the drink.

Ain't seen you around here before.

Looking for someone.

You a chaser?

Listen, I don't want any trouble.

Relax. Just looking for a man.

Calls himself "Ringo."

Can't say I heard of him.

Big guy in his forties.

Wears an eye patch.

A real eyesore if you ask me.

You sure you haven't seen him?

What are you after him for?

He robbed a supply caravan

en route to Union City.

Killed a couple of troopers

in the process.

Isn't that right Ringo?

And what do they call you?

What's it to you?

I always like to know the name of a man

before I cut him to pieces.

If I were you I wouldn't

try that. The way I see it

you have two options.

You can walk out of here

real peaceful like,

or I can carry you out.

What's it gonna be?

I've got news for you, Union Man.

This is the Barrens.

Your rules, don't apply here.

Wrong answer.

By the way, the name's Dresher.

Keep going!



Been tracking this maggot for weeks.

So why don't you throw a little

professional courtesy my way

and hand him over.

I wasn't asking.

Get in Ringo.

You... throw away the piece.

I'll remember this.

I'll see you back

in Union City, Dresher.

We'll have a drink.

I'll even buy.

Whaddya know. This day

keeps getting better and better.

ARGH! Son of a b*tch.

Dresher! Are you kidding me?

Dresher get me out of this.

Did you do this?

Did you set a trap?

You should keep your distance.

You son of a b*tch.

You're not taking him.

You're not taking my bike.

My bike is worth more than your life.

You might want this.

Maybe not.

C'mon man you can't leave me

out here for the wolves.

Dresher! You can't leave me out here.

Dresher! I swear, the next time

I see you, your ass, is mine!

Son, where I come from

there are two types of people,

thieves, and takers.

And you son, you are a taker.

You have taken advantage of my kindness.

You come into my house

and you do not bring

the payment you owe me.

And you expect me to give

you some kind of leniency?

Shamrock please.

I didn't mean to disrespect you.

I can pay you what I owe you.

I just need some more time.

Time? Take a look around yourself son.

Time is something that none of us have.

And yours has just run out.

You're going back to the prison mines.

No! No please.

I'll give you anything you want.

You don't have anything that I want.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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