Prototype (1992 film)

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Directed by Phillip J. Roth
Produced by Gary Jude Burkart (producer)
Talaat Captan (executive producer)
Marion Oberauner (associate producer)
Phillip J. Roth (producer) (as Phillip Roth)
Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (producer)
Ron Schmidt (producer) (as Ronald Schmidt)
Written by Phillip J. Roth (written by) (as Phillip Roth)
Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (story)
Phillip J. Roth (story) (as Phillip Roth)
George Temple uncredited
Starring Lane Lenhart
Robert Tossberg
Brenda Swanson
Paul Coulj
Mitchell Cox
Sebastian Scandiuzzi
Music by Emilio Kauderer
Cinematography Mark W. Gray
Edited by Daniel Lawrence
Distributed by Vidmark Entertainment
Release date
December 23, 1992
Running time
98 min.
Country United States
Language English

Prototype, also known as Prototype X29A, is a 1992 post-apocalyptic science fiction film.

Plot summary[edit]

Set in a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles of 2057, Hawkins Coselow, a crippled soldier, along with his ex-lover, Chandra Kerkorian, share vivid psychosexual dreams. Dr. Alexis Zalazny is working on a cybernetic program that will help Coselow walk again. The program sort of works, but everything goes deadly wrong when Coselow becomes a killing machine that can interface with any computer. He ends up killing several people belonging to a resistance movement.

The rebels are led by Omegas, cybernetically altered humans, battled government forces in the crime-ridden streets. In time, the Omegas reprogrammed themselves and carried out their own deadly agenda. In the end, the Omegas were destroyed, except one - implanted in a child, Chandra Kerkorian. Now grown, she is ready to lead the rebellion again.


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