Endgame (1983 film)

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For the short film about chess, see Endgame (short film).
Endgame
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Endgame film poster
Directed by Joe D'Amato
Produced by Joe D'Amato
Written by Alex Carver
Joe D'Amato
Starring Al Cliver
Laura Gemser
George Eastman
Jack Davis
Music by Carlo Maria Cordio
Cinematography Joe D'Amato
Distributed by American National Enterprises
Release date(s) 1983
Running time 98 min.
Language Italian

Endgame (Bronx lotta finale) is a 1983 Italian post-apocalyptic film starring Al Cliver, Laura Gemser and George Eastman. It was directed, co-written and produced by Joe D'Amato, under the pseudonym "Steven Benson".

Synopsis[edit]

In the year 2025, a nuclear holocaust has left New York City an irradiated, but not abandoned, wasteland. The ruined city is inhabited now by scavenger packs and telepathic mutants, who are persecuted by the elite survivors. Keeping the people pacified is the reality television program Endgame, where hunters and gladiators fight to the death.

Endgame veteran Ron Shannon (Cliver) assembles a team to take a group of mutants across the desert to safety. They need to avoid such dangers as blind fighting monks, nomadic predators, government agents, and Shannon's friend, now turned nemesis, Karnak (George Eastman).

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Al Cliver Ron Shannon
Laura Gemser Lilith
George Eastman Karnak
Jack Davis Professor Levin
Al Yamanouchi Ninja
Gabriele Tinti Bull
Mario Pedone Kovack
Gordon Mitchell Colonel Morgan

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