Circuitry Man

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Circuitry Man
Directed by Steven Lovy
Produced by Paul Colichman (executive producer)
Miles A. Copeland III (executive producer)
Steven Reich (producer)
John Schouweiler (producer)
Written by Steven Lovy
Robert Lovy
Starring Jim Metzler
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson
Lu Leonard
Vernon Wells
Barbara Alyn Woods
Dennis Christopher
Music by Deborah Holland
Cinematography Jamie Thompson
Edited by Gregory Neri
Jonas Thaler
Production
company
Distributed by IRS Media
Release dates
May 25, 1990
Running time
93 min.
Country United States
Language English

Circuitry Man is a 1990 American post apocalyptic science fiction film directed by Steven Lovy and starring Jim Metzler, Dana Wheeler-Nicholson and Vernon Wells. It was followed by a sequel, Plughead Rewired: Circuitry Man II, in 1994.

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In a post-apocalyptic future the natural world has died from pollution and the population is forced to live underground. A woman attempts to smuggle a suitcase of contraband drug/chips from Los Angeles to the underground remnants of New York City, while eluding both police and gangsters. Along the way, she is aided by a romantic bio-mechanical android and pursued by Plughead, a villain with the ability to tap into people's minds.

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