Centuries into the future, when the government has imposed restrictions, making it illegal for spiritual leaders to practice their beliefs. The ‘world powers’ mandate an inoculation called ISE (Imagination Suppression Elixir), which require monthly shots to ensure the loss of history via this psycho-pharmaceutical agent. A young woman, Promise, receives the wrong shot from her doctor, leading to a techno-biological spirit growth that begins to form on her arm. She soon learns of her foretold responsibilities and the prophetic role she holds for the continuation of culture, individuality, and spiritualism. After she meets Adita, the last medicine man alive on the planet, who is currently on death-row because of his conflicts with the restrictions of society...........................☣☣☣
The story offers an antidote through which technology and ancient oral tradition hold the possibility of a cure for restoring the balance to the planet. The motive is to increase awareness of environmental and cultural issues through a film illustrating the potentially deadly consequences of past, current, and future modes of living, which have led to the contamination of the earth and the loss of harmony. Future Warrior has the potential to transform the future by making people aware of the rising prospect of a mono-culture and environmental hazards. The film is important, at a time when great change is at hand for all humanity, because it offers hope and creates a new vision of a future with a tangible connection to the past, its appeal is universal.