An erotic foray into a dystopian near-future, Invictus presents the story of scientist Jane Darling (Delirious Hunter), a woman determined to combat the social and environmental decay into which the world has descended.
As Darling struggles to make it to the rendezvous point where she is to meet former colleague, she encounters Paul Young (Joeydotrawr), a journalist who escaped the government’s crackdown on the independent press and has been hiding out ever since. At first out of curiosity, then later as a devoted convert to her cause, Young joins Darling on her quest to fight back against the forces which continue to tear the world apart.
Rowntree has called Invictus her “first overtly political film,” inspired by what she sees as the most pressing issues facing the world today — climate change, government corruption and eroding trust in the media.
“I’m not a senator or congresswoman, so I have no vote on who gets to serve on the Supreme Court, or any input on the environmental policies (or any policies) government agencies enact or enforce,” Rowntree said. “As a filmmaker, my movies are my platform – and Invictus represents the first time I’ve used that platform to communicate a political message.”
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While the world depicted in Invictus is in dire condition, Rowntree said, “I want people to see the determination and conviction Jane has and consider that if we can come together and unite around common interests like freedom of expression, civil rights and a shared need to prevent global environmental disaster, maybe it’s not too late. Maybe we can work together to reverse our decline and establish a more livable, kinder world.”
Released on September 20, 2018, Invictus was shot over the summer of 2017 and features multilingual newscasts delivered by people within the adult industry.
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