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Futuristic adventure starring Emilio Estevez
Rene Russo. Mick Jagger
Anthony Hopkins
A 1991 race track crash apparently kills ace driver Alex Furlong. However, he awakes in the living hell of blighted New York in 2009, his body
"retrieved via a time-travel device to house the mind of a dying man. Escaping the clutches of his captor, the devious mercenary Vacendak,
Alex must find help in this hostile world - his best hope being Julie, his girlfriend of 18 years earlier.
Director Geoff Murphy (1992, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 54-66 * *
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Emilio Estevez
Unknown: Rene Russo.
Unknown: Mick Jagger
Unknown: Anthony Hopkins
Unknown: Alex Furlong.
Director: Geoff Murphy
Alex Furlong: Emilio Estevez
Julie Redlund: Rene Russo
Vacendak: Mick Jagger
McCandless: Anthony Hopkins
Michelette: Jonathan Banks
Brad: David Johansen
Nun: Amanda Plummer
Boone: Grand L Bush
Morgan: John Shea
Eagle man: Frankie Faison
Ripper: Esai Morales

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