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A 21st-century scientist tries to save Earth after two atomic wars.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jacqueline Ray
Christopher Cary
John Dewey Carter ...
(as John Dewey-Carter)
Frank Miller ...
(as Frank A. Miller)
Chris Gampel ...
(as C.M. Gampel)
Stephanie Faulkner
(as Michael Twain)
Deborah Greene
Clare Peck
Mary Ellen O'Neill
Larry Curran
Agi Terree


A 21st-century scientist tries to save Earth after two atomic wars.

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Obscure Low-Budget Sci-Fi Thinkpiece.
29 March 2000 | by (New England) – See all my reviews

Cheap dystopian sci-fi drama as good factions battle bad, trying to salvage the planet after a nuclear holocaust. The good advocate a spiritual approach, the bad want genocide. A bitchy nurse becomes the catalyst between factions. Thoughtful sci-fi raises a good point: when the earth croaks and resources like oxygen dwindle, who survives? What to do with the old and infirm? Will mercy rule, or greed? Guess! The government kills citizens under the guise of "Rehab"! Same old stuff, but pretty cool, full of odd faux-philosophic dialogue: "The answers to all dilemmas lies within." "Within each dilemma lies the seed of opportunity." "To win, use the thrust of adversity." "You cannot force answers to questions; they come in their own time."

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