Ian's life hasn’t gone quite to plan. His business has collapsed, and taken his marriage with it. To escape, he enters the fledgling world of freighting cargo to the stars, aboard the interstellar cargo vessel, The Gantry. He enters a world where the dangers of space team up with politics, religion and moral outrage in an effort to kill him at every turn.
He enters a world where time is meaningless and stem cell therapy strips the years from the body, giving Ian a glimpse of immortality, while under threat of sudden death at every turn. He enters a world of solitude, where relationships struggle to exist, and intimate human contact is a luxury which must be taken advantage of whenever it is available.
Set against the backdrop of rampant religious extremism on earth, the Gantry is a no-holds barred look at early, sub light speed space travel. Technically detailed and sexually explicit, it challenges social norms, while examining a dystopian world where religious extremism is the norm. It looks at the physical and social side effects of hibernation, and prolonged absence from life. The Gantry is an enthralling tale which will leave you wondering what the future has in store.
Not suitable for audiences younger than 18. Contains scenes of Language, Nudity, Sex, Violence and Prejudice.