The film is about earth in the recent future where space travel has become much more popular than it is today. The world has been taken over by powerful people who prefer to have robots doing work for them than employ people to do policing.
Humans are revered as factory workers controlling heavy duty machinery. Respected for being rogues in a world where the elite class people as criminals, illegal aliens and see people as worthless pieces of a bigger picture. The leaders talk about preserving humans, they continue to manufacture more robots. The world is a ghetto. Set during a time I suspect a few years before Mad Max. It seems to be that sort of film. The world in the future is multilingual speaking the remaining popular languages French and English. People have chips that connect to the body. These chips contain login details that give access and help move easily around the world. Space is a place where for citizens of earth you should go. They administer special medications to help people survive in space flight. The jab creates a big oygenated bubble on the wrist.
The factory that employs people is funded by an organisation based in outer space habitated by humans who see these ghetto areas as parasitic.
This film introduces some interesting new weapons that open and cut doors in space ships and nutrilize and shatter robots into little pieces. With dangerous weapons we find special sheilds and new medical measures that repair and revitalise humans.
Max the main character he is lucky because he has a friend who works in the local hospital. And with the help of his friends at the transportation depo he becomes digitised and becomes powerful enough to be a one man army. Max manages to leave earth and go to space and like all good fairytales live happily ever after.
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