Alexis is an explosive personality, passionate about life, humanity, nature, love and beauty. That is until the breakneck rhythm, intensity, stress and convolutions of career and economic success shatter him, alienating him from everyone and everything he loves: even his children and his soul mate Maria. Alexis is jolted back to reality when the unbridled greed of the multinational conglomerate his company is involved in causes an unprecedented ecological catastrophe costing many human lives. The multinational's Golden Boy suddenly realizes that he is nothing more than a cog in the machine he had fought so passionately against in his youth. He is determined to rediscover himself, to reclaim his soul, to rebuild the dream with Maria - but he is completely trapped. He is caught in a web of intrigue that tightens like a vice driving him to an inevitably lethal conflict with the conglomerate.
Writer:Andreas Franghias (advisor on screenplay), Victoria Andre King (translation), Xiros Thanos (participation), Mpampis Tsikliropoulos (participation), Ni
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Jerry F (fr) wrote: Some good action scenes, but I didn't like the style of filming. Probably quite true what goes on in that part of the world, but I don't want to watch films about it. If you want to feel depressed after watching a film...this is for you.
Ann L (de) wrote: I really want to see this
Jonathan C (br) wrote: Baseball fans will enjoy this more than non-baseball fans, but it's still a good all-around film. The rag time soundtrack is one of my favorites.
Carl M (es) wrote: A passing comet has turned most of the world to ash... Everyone, that is, except for two Valley Girls and a handful of freaked-out zombies that have been set loose in downtown Los Angeles! Write/Director Thom Eberhardt mixes THE OMEGA MAN and DAWN OF THE DEAD with trendy teen comedies like VALLEY GIRL from the early 80's to give us NIGHT OF THE COMET, the campy cult-classic from 1984. At the end of the world, our airheaded heroines are more concerned with doing some free shopping and fighting over the last boy on Earth than grieving over the rest of humanity. Luckily for them, Daddy taught them how to shoot a machine gun, so they can casually blast away any of the undead that happen to get in the way of their good time. Eberhardt cleverly parodies the youth culture of the time using both wit and satire, which are brought out splendidly in the performances by Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelli Maroney. These two play up the ridiculousness of their characters' speech and actions while still creating a believable pair of self-absorbed sisters. Eberhardt succeeds most in delivering his vision of a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles on a budget. The use of red filters to produce a hazy radioactive fallout over the empty city streets produces a convincing overall effect. Add to that a final note of distrust in the military machine, and you have yourself a mini-Romero for a new age.
Lisa M (de) wrote: 1 hr and 24 min that I will never get back....sorry but I could find nothing redeemable in this movie - 'thrilling and breathtaking'....some obviously would enjoy it, but this experience was lost on me...'boring and slow'
Siriporn P (jp) wrote: One of the greatest films of all time.