In the near future, a new law has criminals sent to a virtual reality world as their prison built by a shadowy corporation called Zircon based in Seattle. The designer of the system, Steven Falcon, realizes the danger of it being overloaded and of hackers whom try to break in and steal files only to have the prisoners try to break out vie that method. When Falcon threatens to quit the operation, he becomes marked for murder by his employers whom force him to enter the Maxtrix virtual reality/afterlife to find the source of the danger of the system crashing. Written by
I thought you quit.
Julie this is important.
Yeah well there's always something important. You know Steven when you stopped drinking I thought things would change, they didn't. I'm still alone and I'm not gonna live like this anymore. Remember we had plans today?
Julie I'm sorry can we just do this tomorrow.
No, no we can't. Now look if your gonna come home and still not really be here then you might as well of just stayed.
Your always sorry Steven, some things change.
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When I saw the name of Julie Benz on the cover of this VHS, I have decided to see the movie since I am a great fan of her character Darla, in Angel series. Further, she has one of the most beautiful faces of the cinema industry. However, this movie is such a mess, that is almost impossible to understand the plot and write a summary of the story. The intention of this confused screenplay might be a noir version of `The Matrix', but it never works. The characters are not well developed and it is almost impossible to the viewer understand their motives. For example, who is the girl showed in the end of the story? Why Julie Falcon dies many times? In the end, the unique worthwhile scene along the whole film is when Julie Benz is showed naked, unfortunately with the presence of her husband Falcon. My vote is one.
Title (Brazil): `Fuga Alucinante' (Hallucinated Escape')
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