Directed by: Steven Lovy
Actors: Jim Metzler, Dana Wheeler-Nicholson, Lu Leonard, Vernon Wells and Barbara Alyn Woods
Also known as: Cyberspace, Cyborg em Apuros, Elektroniczny czlowiek, L’androide
Description: Poisoned air, underground cities and mutant animals make up the world movie. World of the near future in which computer programs are becoming the drug of choice of young generation of programmable people, and the war is in electronic systems of opponents …
Review: Decent retro-fantasy genre, derived from time deposits. Of course, this film is not “rocked” and in their seasons played a role and the fact that he was not shot at the big studios, and from nowhere who undertook “severe” rating of R, and some “old-fashioned”, which, I think, was date back to the time of the movie. Yes, the picture, the manner of presentation and the pace is still pure 80’s, with its light humor and theatricality in emphasis rather than in the “real” drama. In the 90 years was to thunder pictures of other, more rigid and grim serving, but now it looks very nice and nostalgic. But in essence the film ahead of its time, anticipating the film heyday of cyberpunk.
Yes, it’s cyberpunk, for this picture has it all. This is described by the terrible future of humanity, where people like rats hiding underground, and where life has no control over the government, hosted by bandits. This technical modification of the human body, using gadgets and interfaces for connecting external devices. This humanoid robot with human emotions. It also questions the boundaries between man and machine, and humanity faces in the mechanism. It is, finally, a combination of criminal and romantic plot lines (romantic, as usual, without the android has not done). There are even hints of noir, mercilessly devoured, true, story quests.