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Return of Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls

Maria Beatty Films

2011. Directed by Maria Beatty
Runtime: 80 min.

Maria Beatty returns to the post apocalyptic world where women rule.

Set in the arid barren, languid and punishing realm of the desert. Surgeon Scofflaw now reigns as the desert Domme. Equipped with her new errand boy on her arm, together they search for resources and new playthings in the desert. Taken by surprise while diligently washing her dusty garments alone in her shack, Arcana is discovered by Billy and Surgeon who take her back to their post-apocalyptic squat, the abandoned military airplane graveyard.

Everyone plays nice until Surgeon notices the unbearable attraction between her boy and their new newfound instrument. Poor Billy gets punished, vigorously put into suspension bondage, whipped and pierced with cactus needles. During this whirlwind, a luscious and alluring intruder has discovered Sophia St. James. Watch the cyclical and ever-shifting sensual power play unfold between these four post-apocalyptic desert women.

The Return of Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls
a Maria Beatty film
USA, 2011, color
Duration: 80 minutes
Starring: Arcana, Billy Rough, Surgeon Scofflaw and Sophia St. James
Music by Lydia Lunch and John Zorn
Additional Music: The Knotwells




Production Name: The Return of Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls Production Date: 1/1/2011





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