Aspiring songstress Holly Moon admires the famous diva "Samantha" and attempts to sneak her own act on stage, in the same elite futuristic techno club. With a weird stroke of luck, Holly ... See full summary »

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Holly Moon
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Martin East
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Jeanna Cris ...
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Aspiring songstress Holly Moon admires the famous diva "Samantha" and attempts to sneak her own act on stage, in the same elite futuristic techno club. With a weird stroke of luck, Holly succeeds, but is unaware that "Samantha" really appears only with the help of an illegal, secret military computer program. The program uses the imagination of a real person to create a total virtual reality environment. At the club, the MC introduces Holly with the line, "Welcome to the Imagination of Holly Moon." A fantastic environment and performance unfolds from within the subject's own lofty aspirations. Holly also doesn't know that a "glitch" in the program has murdered the real "Samantha," and that she, Holly Moon is slated as its next victim. Written by Interpers <interpers@earthlink.net>

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21 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Based on the Pat Cadigan short story, "Pretty Boy Crossover," published in 1986. The song Holly sings is a cover of "Holly" by British alt-rock group Republica - the main character Holly is very loosely based on Republica's lead singer Saffron. See more »

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Two thumbs up
4 September 1999 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Excellent Science Fiction story mixed with rock and roll and virtual reality. Based on a story by SF author Pat Cadigan. The cast is fresh and appealing (no silicone amongst the ladies) and the special effects are top notch.


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