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by Ben Mezrich
|Screenplay by||Rockne S. O'Bannon|
|Directed by||Armand Mastroianni|
Antonio Sabàto Jr.
|Music by||Ron Ramin|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Editor(s)||Peter V. White|
|Running time||91 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Stephanie Germain Productions|
Von Zerneck Sertner Films
|Original release||March 28, 1999|
A technological nightmare becomes a terrifying reality in this sci-fi-thriller. When a group of computer experts and executives from a high-tech firm based in Seattle die suddenly and unexpectedly during a conference call, Samantha Craig (Turner), a government agent who specializes in disease tracking, is brought in to investigate. Craig finds herself having to work alongside Dr. Nick Baldwin (Sabato), a local physician trying to live down a professional disgrace, and together they make a shocking discovery: a deranged programmer named Ned Henderson (David Lewis) has developed a computer virus that has evolved from destroying databases into an organic virus that can claim human lives. But how would he be able to create such a contagion, and how can it be stopped?
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