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Dr. Thomas Mason
Anne Le Guernec ...
Cat
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Thane
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Laura (as Carrie Ann Moss)
Signy Coleman
Tisha Putman
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Jake
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Mother
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Mike
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Roth
Rick Dean ...
Sam
Ron Howard George ...
Orion
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Madge
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Chambers
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Cat, a fugitive from a parallel Earth ruled by aliens, lands on "our" Earth in the middle of a freeway, causing an accident. She is slightly injured, and wakes up in the emergency room of a hospital, where Thomas, a doctor, takes care of her. The following day, Thomas goes back to the hospital and finds Cat's room vacant and all records wiped out. He discovers that the FBI is investigating Cat's origin, because she has brought a couple of strange artifacts. Thomas is trying to talk to her when she decides to escape. Thomas is forced by the events to follow and help her, all the while trying to understand her motives. It turns out that Cat is fleeing a group of servants of the Dark Lord. They hitch-hike to the nearest Doorway to another parallel world, but while they're waiting for the door to open, they're caught successively by FBI agents and Dark Lord goons. They barely escape through the door to an Earth where petrol has disappeared. Their adventures continue as they are still ... Written by Jay Han <Jay.Han@imag.fr>

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21 April 1994 (Japan)  »

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Engaging Sci Fi Offering
26 July 2002 | by (Columbus, Georgia) – See all my reviews

I was intrigued with the basic science fiction concepts behind this film. There are too many cloying multi-million dollar fairy tales, posing as science fiction, produced today. "Doorways" was made for TV, seemingly as a series pilot; and it is thus confined in its scope and special effects. But the story is strong. The characters are well developed and interesting. The Alien girl is wild, determined and strong; yet she is still vulnerable, in a feminine way; not your typical alien superhuman. It is well worth sitting down and getting involved in this entertaining film. I wish someone would make a full blown theatrical release from this idea; with a definitive resolution and the time to truly develop the characters. This one is still fun. It will keep you in your seat, and let you use your imagination. See if if you're a Sci Fi fan.


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