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In the year 2074 the PinWheel corporation creates an 'almost-human' cyborg Casella Reese, aka Cash, designed specifically to charm/seduce her way into a rival manufacturer's headquarters and... See more »

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Colton 'Colt' Ricks
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Casella 'Cash' Reese
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Mercy
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Danny Bench
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Chen
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Martin Dunn
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Bobby Lin
Renee Allman ...
Dreena (as Renee Griffin)
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Doorman (as Sven Thorsen)
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Wild Card
Jim Youngs ...
Pinwheel Exec #1
Robert Dryer ...
Pinwheel Exec #2
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Tech #1 - Observation Room
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Tech #2 - Observation Room
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Tech #3 - Corridor
Lori Michelle ...
Tech #4 - Corridor
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Palmist
Matt Demeritt ...
Manhole Man (as Matthew DeMeritt)
Alain Silver ...
Surgeon (as Alain Joel Silver)
Galen Yuen ...
Server
William Colon ...
Exec #3
Irving Bonios ...
Exec #4
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Exec #5
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Team Leader
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Captain Choy Fook

Directed by

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Michael Schroeder

Written by (WGA)

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Ron Yanover ... (story) &
Mark Geldman ... (story)
 
Ron Yanover ... (screenplay) &
Mark Geldman ... (screenplay) and
Michael Schroeder ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Barry Barnholtz ... co-executive producer
Jeffrey Konvitz ... executive producer
Robert S. Lecky ... co-producer
Stuart Levens ... associate producer
Raju Patel ... producer
Sharad Patel ... executive producer
Uru Patel ... associate producer
Viju Patel ... co-producer
Alain Silver ... producer
Jon Turtle ... co-producer

Music by

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Peter Allen

Cinematography by

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Jamie Thompson

Film Editing by

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David M. Richardson

Editorial Department

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Frank Faugno ... first assistant editor
Karen Hathaway ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Michelle Guillermin

Production Design by

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Elisabeth A. Scott

Art Direction by

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Michelle Milosh

Costume Design by

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Kristen Anacker

Makeup Department

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Howard Berger ... special makeup effects supervisor
Camille Henderson ... department head hair
Robert Kurtzman ... special makeup effects supervisor
Moni Mansano ... special makeup effects
Greg Nicotero ... special makeup effects supervisor

Production Management

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Alain Silver ... unit production manager
David Tripet ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Hansson ... second assistant director
Kelly Schroeder ... first assistant director

Art Department

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David Cunningham ... construction coordinator
Ron Durant ... props
Chris Santini ... construction foreman
Rob Shepps ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Frank Faugno ... supervising sound editor
Bill Mellow ... assistant dialogue editor
Daniel D. Monahan ... sound mixer
Jeff Norton ... boom operator
Bill Sheppard ... re-recording mixer
Brian Slack ... ultra stereo consultant
Jeffrey Lee Zimmeran ... utility boom operator

Special Effects by

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Kevin Brueckner ... special effects technician
Greg Hendrickson ... special effects coordinator
Greg Landerer ... special effects
Michael Schorr ... special effects (as Mike Schorr)

Visual Effects by

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David McCue ... optical supervisor
Sam Nicholson ... visual effects producer
Dan Schmit ... visual effects supervisor
Bill Hay ... model maker (uncredited)

Stunts

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Jon Agro ... stunt performer
Paul Beahm ... stunt performer
Paul Behnn ... stunt performer
Chino Binamo ... stunt performer
Simone Boisseree ... stunt performer
Eddie Braun ... stunt performer
Kurt Bryant ... stunt performer
John Cade ... stunt performer
Thomas Dewier ... stunt coordinator (as Tom Dewier)
Doc Elliot ... stunt performer (as John Elliot)
Debbie Evans ... stunt performer
Jeff Evans ... stunt performer
Jeff Habberstad ... stunt performer (as Jeff Habberstadt)
Bonnie Happy ... stunt performer (as Bonnie Hock)
Julee Harman ... stunt performer
Rick Hill ... stunt performer
Lisa Hoyle ... stunt performer
Steven Ito ... stunt double: Ric Young / stunt performer (as Steve Ito)
Rick Kahana ... stunt performer
Kay Kimler ... stunt coordinator
Scott Leva ... stunt performer
Ray Lykins ... stunts
William Morts ... stunt performer
Douglas O'Neil ... stunt performer (as Doug O'Neil)
Patricia M. Peters ... stunt performer (as Tricia Peters)
Karen Price ... stunt performer
Jeff Pruitt ... stunt performer
Gregg Sargeant ... stunt performer
Brian Smrz ... stunt performer
Tony Snegoff ... stunts
Patrick J. Statham ... stunt performer (as Pat Stadtham)
Pete Turner ... stunt performer
Carrie Wong ... stunt performer
Merritt Yohnka ... stunt performer
Galen Yuen ... stunt performer
Brian Christensen ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paul Cuffee ... electrical best boy
Shawn Ensign ... grip
Harry K. Garvin ... camera operator
Mark Hager ... grip
Gene Hara ... electrician
Steve Hurson ... second assistant camera
John Joleaud ... gaffer
Dan Kneece ... steadicam operator
Daryl 'Dazz' Reynolds ... electrician
John Sekula ... assistant camera
Kevin St. John ... key grip
R. Michael Stringer ... electrician
Tom Jensen ... additional first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jacque Allen ... casting coordinator
Mindy Molinary ... casting associate

Music Department

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Peter Allen ... orchestrator
Ron Friesen ... music coordinator

Other crew

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Tony Bonaventura ... armorer
Bundy Chanock ... set medic
Jennifer McAllister ... assistant to Michael Schroeder
Brigitte Mueller ... assistant production coordinator
Lee Schauer ... assistant to producer: Raju Patel

Thanks

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Larry A. Seerman ... dedicatee
Ray Sharkey ... dedicatee

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In the year 2074 the PinWheel corporation creates an 'almost-human' cyborg Casella Reese, aka Cash, designed specifically to charm/seduce her way into a rival manufacturer's headquarters and then self-detonate. Things go awry, when she starts to have feelings for a human Colton Ricks, aka Colt 45, who works for PinWheel as a martial arts instructor. He falls for Cash as well, and with the help of Mercy, they escape. PinWheel Corp. sends Danny Bench, a 'Cyborg Tracker' after both Colt and Cash. Violence ensues. Written by Joshua Burgin

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Also Known As
  • Glass Shadow (United States)
  • Cash Reese: Glass Shadow (France)
  • Cyborg 2 (Germany)
  • Cyborg II (La sombra de cristal) (Spain)
  • Cyborg 2: Szklany cień (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 99 min
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Budget $5,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Of all of Angelina Jolie's films, this is rarely discussed. Jolie did discuss it briefly on "Inside the Actor's Studio" in 2005. She said: "I did a fantastic B-movie." When host James Lipton asked if it was a happy experience, she replied: "It was until I saw it." See more »
Goofs When the Cyborg removes the coat of a drunk prior to entering the club looking for Wildcard, the coat is a button-type with fasteners all the way up the front. After entering the club the coat turns into a poncho-type with only a couple of fasteners at the top. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into 2 Everything 2 Terrible Tokyo Drift (2010). See more »
Soundtracks Nothing That Is Possible See more »
Crazy Credits Allen Garfield dedicates his performance to Ray Sharkey. See more »
Quotes Mercy: What's happening? Yeah. You. Just you and me, "Colt 45". Mano a mano.
Colson 'Colt' Ricks: This a joke?
Mercy: [laughing] Guess not.
Colson 'Colt' Ricks: Holy Christ.
Mercy: Dominus Vobiscum et cum spiritu tuo.
Colson 'Colt' Ricks: Who are you?
Mercy: I... am the word of God almighty! Satisfied?
Colson 'Colt' Ricks: No.
Mercy: Yeah, no pleasing some.
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