Young woman Sidney works in a telephone company and she is sure that her father, doctor Bloom, and sister died after an accident. Sidney's hobby is to play with virtual reality. She has ... See full summary »

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Jeannine Renshaw
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Cast

Complete series cast summary:
Lori Singer ...  Sydney Bloom 13 episodes, 1995-1997
Michael Easton ...  Duncan 13 episodes, 1995-1997
Anthony Head ...  Oliver Sampson 10 episodes, 1995-1997
David McCallum ...  Dr. Joseph Bloom 7 episodes, 1995-1997
Louise Fletcher ...  Mrs. Nora Bloom 6 episodes, 1995-1997
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Young woman Sidney works in a telephone company and she is sure that her father, doctor Bloom, and sister died after an accident. Sidney's hobby is to play with virtual reality. She has found an ability in herself to enter into the human mind by using VR - Virtual Reality 5. Sidney is no ordinary person and an influential mysterious organization tries to use her. Written by Yanis Matushevsky <fs_niko@opu.opu.odessa.ua>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 March 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Avenging Angel See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Samoset Productions See more »
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Runtime:

(13 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Sydney Bloom: Virtual Reality is real.
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Confusing, absorbing, harrowing, and unjustly killed at 13 eps.
29 July 2000 | by makimausSee all my reviews

There comes a time when every video collector has to go back through their archives, sometimes taped on the fly and never properly watched, and give them another look. And so it was that, after five years, I checked out VR.5. I freely admit that most of my reasons had to do with Anthony Head, but it would be simplistic to say that I haven't found other reasons to mourn its loss. The plotline is labyrinthine, the loyalties are tenuous and constantly changing, yet at the heart of it is a group of characters who learn to love, respect, and trust each other in spite of repeated and persistent efforts from without and within to fragment them. Sydney goes from a withdrawn, antisocial voyeur with a half-suppressed past to a caring, sympathetic crusader; Duncan evolves from her stereotypical eccentric platonic buddy to a strong, creative, supportive hero; and then there's Oliver, who manages to grow from an infuriatingly enigmatic button-pushing Committee Man(literally as well as figuratively) to a rebellious individual whose tragic past has shaped him into someone both caring and terrified of getting involved. Even the amorphous organization known as the Committee progresses, from a standard top-secret non-government agency, dedicated to amorphous and impossible standards, to a global conspiracy frought with schisms and internicine rivalries. Not a bad progression for thirteen measly episodes, three of which didn't even make the series' first run. It would have been nice to at least see what happened next, as the final episode was both a downer and a cliffhanger.


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