Synopsis by Connor McMadden
The year is 2017. Europe is a police-state divided into sectors, its people monitored like livestock by electronic chips implanted under the thumb. Anyone who resists "tagging" is considered a public enemy and exiled to Europe's depressed outer zones, places like Eastern Sector 2b (once the eastern coast of Ireland). A young dissenter by the name of Michael "Killer" Kilmartin sets out to change his life by joining up with a band of hard rock stunt bikers known as CHAOS. As this metal circus tours the legal zones of Europe, Killer thinks he has earned his ticket to freedom. But when Spider, the lead performer, dies under mysterious circumstances, the group's darkest secrets come to the surface. Now Killer wants out, but no one ever leaves CHAOS once they've been a member; at least not alive. This low-budget, Irish-produced science fiction-thriller performed well on the festival circuit and lead actress Lindsey Harris was chosen as a "Shooting Star" at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival.