Andra (1976– )

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In the year 4000AD the brain injured Andra, living in sub city one is given the preserved brain of a kid from the 1980's.

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Credited cast:
Lisa Peers ...
Robert Hewett ...
Bruce Kerr ...
Suzanne Dudley ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Terri Aldred
Natalie Bate
Marcel Cugola
Henk Visscheydyk
Adrian Wright


In the year 4000AD the brain injured Andra, living in sub city one is given the preserved brain of a kid from the 1980's.

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8 September 1976 (Australia)  »

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limited budget can make for funny scenes
21 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This TV series is unique in the annals of programming. In this I include both Sci Fi and all other genres. We may say that performances were wooden but in Andre the performances of the bit players were plastic. This was recorded on such a small budget that it is clearly obvious that the 'people' standing in the background are store mannequins.

Also they had no budget for set design. The scenes are mostly large white rooms with stacks of colored blocks, almost like a kids building block sets, and the mannequins are arranged on these.

Not to say that the book wasn't interesting. In the book the unfolding events are shown from different character's viewpoint. The series does not manage to accomplish a solid viewpoint and the lead character lacks sympathy. In the end of this post-apocalyptic show all you feel is gratitude that they saved money, hopefully for something better.

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