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17 August 1996 (USA) See more »
Doctor Rue Wakeman and his équipe create a young man with skin and organs taken from other men and women... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Rutger Hauer ... Doctor Rue Wakeman

Wil Wheaton ... Lazarus
Stevo Polyi ... Stevo
Rowland Wafford ... Rowland
Richard Louderback ... Red-Haired Skull Soldier
Kevin White ... Over Zealous Soldier

Luke Stratte-McClure ... Thorn Gardener

Al Sapienza ... Clay Gardener

Valarie Trapp ... Sandy Gardener

Nia Peeples ... Doctor Elizabeth English

Ron Perlman ... Doctor Frederick Texarian

Taylor Negron ... Doctor Al Jacobs

Michael Harris ... General Hardcastle

Ron Jeremy ... Lieutenant Periainkle (as Ron Jeremy Hyatt)

Sloane Klevin ... Voice of Security Computer
Philip Wotton ... Frank
Kario Salem ... Ornery Policeman

Salvator Xuereb ... Deputy Dog

Tom Savini ... Chemical / Weapons Engineer

Directed by
Roger Avary 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Roger Avary  written by

Produced by
Roger Avary .... executive producer
Rutger Hauer .... executive producer
Morgan Mason .... executive producer
Original Music by
Cinematography by
Tom Richmond 
Film Editing by
Sloane Klevin 
Casting by
Rick Montgomery 
Production Design by
Damien Lanfranchi 
Set Decoration by
Michel Rollant 
Costume Design by
Makeup Department
Christopher P. Martin .... makeup effects
Tom Savini .... makeup design and effects
Art Department
Richard Louderback .... conceptual art director
Michel Rollant .... property buyer
Hervé Schrub .... standby props
Kevin White .... conceptual art director
Sound Department
Tim Bindel .... foley supervisor
Jean-Marie Blondel .... boom operator
Daniel Brisseau .... sound
Paul Menichini .... special sound designer
Jeff Wannberg .... sound supervisor
Andy Snavley .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Gilbert Bataille .... stunts
Pierre Bodin .... stunts
Didier Brule .... stunts
Guy Chasseuil .... stunts
Dominique Dautreme .... stunts
Cyrille Dufaut .... stunts
Pascal Garnier .... stunts (as Pascale Garnier)
Eric Gauchy .... stunts
Frederic Humbert .... stunts
Dominique Julienne .... stunts
Rémy Julienne .... stunt coordinator
Christophe Roblin .... stunts
Pierre Rosso .... stunts
Alexandrine Roux .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Jean Marc Bringuier .... steadicam operator
Sophie Lemaire .... second assistant camera
Shaun Madigan .... gaffer
Vernon Paul .... unit photographer
Editorial Department
Anthony J. Cimo .... assistant editor
François Itey .... assistant editor
Jeremy Pevar .... assistant editor
Music Department
Scott Williams .... additional musician: baritone horn
Other crew
Lisa Middag .... u.s. accountant
John Parker .... u.s. controller
Michael Wolinski .... office production assistant
Joe Dante .... special thanks
Patrick Dollard .... special thanks
John Langley .... special thanks

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and disturbing images
94 min
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1.66 : 1 See more »
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Part way through production, Rutger Hauer completely discarded the script and refused to do any scenes from it. The majority of his scenes were improvised by the actor. Later, Roger Avary was forced to rewrite the remaining script to match up with Rutger's footage.See more »
Lazarus:Where are my sexual organs?
Doctor Rue Wakeman:You have none.
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References The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914)See more »


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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
imaginative fare, 20 February 2001
Author: gpeltz from United States

I enjoyed this one, it was a take off of the Frankenstien theme, but this time, an androginous being is assembled, and educated by a caring mentor. It was well filmed, without the violence associated with the genre. The creature asks for two books to read, the bible, and Frankenstien. The effects were modest but effective, the story was intelligent, a decidedly off the beaten track tale, that rewards the viewer who comes to it with diminished expectations. If you like Science fiction, give this one a try.

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