All Captalists Must Die

– Synopsis

Four women are part of an Anrcho-Syndicalism group that have been sent by The Council to protect and guard a large remote forest. 

They grow vegetables, read books, train martial arts, circus, axe throwing, archery, perform rituals to appease the forest and occasionally hunt and kill rogue capitalists who wander into the forest. 

Only a few capitalists remain in this new the world, however they are a prevalent and persistent danger, and must be eliminated. 

THE BUTCHER arrive with a prisoner an estate agent who has information about a bunch of escaped capitalists who are held up in a secret hideout in the woods planning their comeback. 

The  ex- estate agent is cunning and has witch like skills who THE BUTCHER leaves with the four women. The ex-estate agent uses her powers of persuasion to undermine and control the women in order to escape. The women friendship began to untangle due to the pressure. 

The women pursue ex-estate agent through the forest, they finally find her in at the capitalist hideout, Dumporado. 

The women are out numbered, hungry, wounded and tired but they remain loyal to the Council directive, ‘All capitalists must die’ and overcome the wild capitalist and the stress placed on their personal relationships in the process. 

Creative Outline

“All Capitalists Must Die” is a utopian fantasy set in a future Ireland where a great battle has been fought between the Council and wild, corrupt gangs of capitalists. The Council emerged victorious, establishing a new society founded on natural law and mutual aid.

Life thrives in this future Ireland, where abundance and diversity reign supreme, offering ample opportunities for drinking and partying. However, the tranquility is disrupted when the occasional rogue capitalist appears.

Our heroes, four Irish women of color, are dispatched by the Council to an off-grid idyllic cottage. Each possesses unique characteristics, embodying traits and names inspired by Irish female folk and pagan legends. Together, they form a formidable force tasked with defending the new utopian Ireland.

Meanwhile, the capitalists, depicted as cartoonish white men, represent the remnants of an old, corrupt regime driven by greed and power. Their relentless pursuit to regain control clashes with the women’s unwavering commitment to uphold the Councils orders “All capitalist must die”

The story also introduces two key characters: The Butcher, an archetype alpha warrior suffering from PTSD, and the Ex-Estate Agent, a cunning and manipulative figure with supernatural powers. Their presence further complicates the dynamics within the group of women, testing their unity and resolve.

At its core, “All Capitalists Must Die” is a comedic morality play that explores the conflict between good and evil, gender dynamics, and the intersection of race, class, and economics. The absurdity of the premise—women of color defending utopia against old white male capitalists—sets the stage for a clash of worlds filled with humor, dark satire, and fantastical elements.

Visually, the film juxtaposes the serene beauty of the women’s surroundings with the grotesque, trash-filled hideouts of the capitalists, creating a visually striking contrast. Action sequences are over-the-top and cartoonish, with characters displaying superhuman abilities and engaging in slapstick humor.

Dialogues between the women are characterized by banter and playful teasing, adding levity to the narrative. However, amidst the humor, there are moments of tragedy that lend depth and weight to the story, including the eventual demise of key characters and the unraveling of friendships.

As tensions rise and loyalties are tested, the women grapple with conflicting responsibilities, questioning their allegiance to the Council in the face of personal safety and the greater mission. The Ex-Estate Agent emerges as a divisive figure, exploiting the divisions within the group to further her own agenda and sow discord.

“All Capitalists Must Die” is a wild and mischievous ride that blends action, comedy, and social commentary in a fantastical setting, offering audiences a thought-provoking yet entertaining experience.

Character bios

Mave (Leader of Anhrcho-Syndicalism group) : Charismatic and sharp-witted, serves as the voice of reason and morality within the group. Her unwavering dedication to the cause inspires and motivates her companions.

She will use her optimistism and dedicated to try and keep the gang together.

Leo (Second in command)

she is known for his love of fixing things, and stoic demeanour, A bit of a loner. 

brut, butch. Very able very strong. The strongest in the group and best fighter. The Muscle, the MR T

Leo (Second in Command): Stoic and strong, with a knack for fixing things and a love for beer. Despite her tough exterior, she harbours a vulnerability that she hides especially to Bridget her lover. She is the muscle of the group, a bit of a loner and the deadliest fighter.

Bridget (Follower)

The least committed to the cause she join the group because Leo did.

She is a bit of a day dreamer and so is easily lead.

She is swayed by the promises of the ex-estate agent, leading to betrayal and personal conflict. Her journey from blind loyalty to weak and seduced will lead to her death and the break up off the gang.

Dee (New recruit, Idiot)

She is the clown who fails at everything. Comic relief. She idolised the movement and idolised The butcher. She is loyal and passionate. 

She is the youngest and most unlikely looking warrior among all the women. 

At the end of the film she will succeed for the first time and help turn the tide of the end fight scene.

Her journey from incompetence to triumph highlights themes of growth and empowerment.

We also meet

The Butcher 

 The Butcher: A burnt-out war veteran suffering from PTSD, embodies toxic masculinity and serves as a divisive figure among the women. 


A mythical forest goddess. Part Sinead O’Connor, part 1980 single mother from an inner city housing estate in Dublin. 

  • Ex-Estate Agent: The last  female capitalist. A devious capitalist with supernatural powers, manipulative and cunning, challenges the women’s unity and tests their loyalty to The Council. 
  • The Male Capitalist: Are a deluded mob of white bafoon men bent on destroying the Utopian Ireland and returning themselves to power. 
  • Action Sequences: Choreographed with inspiration from Jackie Chan films, featuring exaggerated stunts and comedic elements. The violence is over-the-top and cartoonish, with characters displaying superhuman skills and resilience.

What other films does this look like?

Barbie crossed with Fury Road

Social Commentary: Both films serve as social commentary, addressing themes of power, control, and resistance. “Mad Max: Fury Road” explores issues of environmental degradation and patriarchal dominance, while “All Capitalists Must Die” tackles concepts of capitalism, inequality, and systemic injustice.

By combining elements from Barbie films and “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “All Capitalists Must Die” offers a unique and captivating cinematic experience. It merges the whimsy and empowerment of Barbie with the gritty, high-octane action of Fury Road, creating a genre-defying film that is as thought-provoking as it is entertaining.

The world is vibrant, colorful, and filled with fantastical elements, reminiscent of Barbie’s dreamlike settings.

Strong Female Characters: Similarly, the protagonists in “All Capitalists Must Die” are fierce and capable women who defy stereotypes and challenge the status quo.

Themes of Friendship and Empowerment: In “All Capitalists Must Die,” the bond between the women is a driving force, highlighting the power of solidarity and collective action.

Inspirational Message: “All Capitalists Must Die” delivers a powerful message about fighting for justice, standing up against oppression, and creating a better world for future generations.

High-Octane Action: “All Capitalists Must Die” offers its own brand of over-the-top action, including acrobatic fights and absurd stunts.

 – Directors Visual Approach

Here’s an expanded look at the director’s vision:

  • Utopian Paradise vs. Dumparoda:
  • The world is depicted as a stark contrast between the utopian paradise inhabited by the protagonists and the dismal wasteland where the capitalists reside.
  • The forest where the women live is lush, wild, and teeming with vibrant wildlife and vegetation. Post-production effects will enhance the natural beauty, making it feel like a magical sanctuary.
  • Conversely, Dumparoda, the capitalist stronghold, is set in a literal dump. The environment is decrepit, polluted, and overrun with filth, reflecting the grotesque and buffoonish nature of its inhabitants.
  • Idyllic Cottage vs. Grotesque Capitalist Dwellings:
  • The cottage where the women reside is an idyllic haven, complete with solar panels, a thriving vegetable garden, free-ranging chickens, and colorful flowers. It exudes warmth, sustainability, and abundance, symbolizing their harmonious way of life.
  • On the other hand, the capitalist dwellings in Dumparoda are exaggerated and caricatured, reflecting the absurdity of their greed-driven lifestyle. The buildings are haphazardly constructed from salvaged materials, portraying the chaotic and unsustainable nature of their existence.
  • Bold, Cartoonish Aesthetic:
  • The film embraces a bold and cartoonish aesthetic, amplifying the surreal and fantastical elements of the story. Colors are vibrant, lines are exaggerated, and proportions are skewed, creating a visually dynamic and immersive experience.
  • This aesthetic extends to the characters, props, and environments, infusing each scene with a sense of whimsy and theatricality.
  • Punk Anarchist Vibes:
  • “All Capitalists Must Die” leans into a punk anarchist aesthetic, embracing bold, over-the-top statements and rebellious imagery. 
  • The visual style is anarchic and chaotic, mirroring the ideological clash between the protagonists and the capitalist antagonists.
  • Creative Camera Techniques:
  • The director employs creative camera techniques to enhance the storytelling and reinforce the film’s thematic elements.
  • Like in Edgar Wright films, the camera is placed in unconventional locations, such as inside bins, on the side of shovels, or inside fridges, creating unexpected and visually striking perspectives.
  • Characters make surprise, unnatural entrances into the frame, adding an element of whimsy and unpredictability to the scenes.
  • Wide shots with a 35mm lens are used for sweeping panoramic views, slow tracking shots, and zooming effects, capturing the grandeur of the utopian landscape and the chaos of Dumparoda.
  • During emotionally charged moments, the director shifts to a more naturalistic style, utilizing close-ups with a 50mm lens and handheld camera movements to convey intimacy and intensity.

Overall, the director’s visual approach in “All Capitalists Must Die” is integral to immersing audiences in a fantastical world filled with whimsy, rebellion, and larger-than-life characters.

 – Potential Cast 

Auditions will be held inviting Irish women of colour to play the 4 man roles.

All should have experience in acting, comedy and some physical skills like dace or movement.

All the women shod be in the mid 20 with the exception of Dee who need to look younger.

The male Capitalist should be older men with a back ground in comedy acting, stand-up or clown.

The roles of the Estate Agent and the Butcher should be older women in or above their 50s. 


We have already scouted and found suitable location for the film. 

The Forest

A privately owned forest ( Owned by one of the member of the rock band Ash) 

The Cottage

An airbnb that is suitable for the idyllic cottage that the women live in.

Cast and crew could be base and accommodated in the cottage during shooting.


An abandoned mushroom farm that would be suitable for the capitalist hideout.

All the location are in and around the area of Downnpartick in N. Ireland. All the owners have been approached and are keen to support the project. 


Rubbish dump in rainforest, Northern Range, Trinidad, West Indies, Central America