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While travelling across country, Zoe, a lovely deaf mute woman, stumbles on a horrific crime – a gang of rednecks slaughtering two Native American boys. Zoe’s brave attempt to save one of the boys seals her fate. She is captured, raped and left for dead. When an Indian shaman finds her clinging to life in a shallow grave he attempts to save her – but something goes horribly wrong. The spirit of an ancient Apache warrior takes host of Zoe’s dead body. So now she walks amongst the living, hell-bent on getting revenge. One by one she slaughters the men who brutalized her, while the clock ticks away on her quickly decomposing body.
About the Director
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Michael became obsessed with the idea of filmmaking at the early age of ten. Inspired by visionaries such as Michael Mann and Ridley Scott, Ojeda began an endless pursuit to perfect all aspects of the craft, striving not only to become a director, but a filmmaker. In 2002, he wrote, directed, and edited his first feature film “Lana’s Rain”. On a modest budget, Michael delivered a critically acclaimed film with the look of a multi-million dollar picture. A jack-of-all-trades, Ojeda worked on the Spike Original...read more