Sumuru (2003 film)

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Sumuru
Directed by Darrell Roodt
Produced by Harry Alan Towers
Brigid Olen
Rola Bauer
Written by Torsten Dewi
Sax Rohmer
Peter Welbeck
Peter Jobin
Starring Alexandra Kamp
Michael Shanks
Music by Guy Farley
Cinematography Giulio Biccari
Edited by Avril Beukes
Distributed by Tandem Communications
Release date
  • March 2003 (2003-03)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Sumuru or Sax Rohmer's Sumuru is a 2003 pulp SF film directed by Darrell Roodt and starring Alexandra Kamp and Michael Shanks. It is an update of the character Sumuru created by pulp novelist Sax Rohmer.

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Earth's outermost colony was forgotten for 900 years -- until now. Cut off from the rest of the universe, men have become beasts of labor -- and women rule.

Arriving on planet Antares, Adam Wade and Jake Carpenter come with a mission and a secret. Humanity has suffered from a deadly virus that has left the women barren, and the two are to seek out the last fertile members of the human race and relocate them. When the small spaceship crashes, the two find the planet run by women and the men slaving in primitive mines, used occasionally for procreation purposes. The two astronauts have to overcome anti-male prejudice as well as earthquakes, a giant snake and opposition from snake cult priestess Taxan, but find support in relatively rational-minded queen Sumuru as well as her personal guard Dove and her kid brother Will.

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