Steel and Lace

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Steel and Lace
Directed by Ernest D. Farino
Produced by David DeCoteau
John Schouweiler
Charles W. Fries (executive producer)
Written by Joseph Dougherty
Dave Edison
Starring Clare Wren
Bruce Davison
Stacy Haiduk
David Naughton
Michael Cerveris
Music by John Massari
Cinematography Thomas M. Callaway
Edited by Christopher Roth
Distributed by Fries Entertainment
Release date
  • January 30, 1991 (1991-01-30)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Steel and Lace is a 1991 science fiction action film directed by Ernest D. Farino.

Plot[edit]

Gaily Morton, a classical concert pianist, is raped by businessman Daniel Emerson. Her brother Albert takes time off from his career as a robot scientist to represent his sister at the criminal trial. However Daniel has gotten several of his friends to provide an alibi for the night of the rape, and he is found not guilty. Gaily is horrified by the verdict and commits suicide by jumping off the court building, despite her brother's pleas.

Albert uses his knowledge of robotics to resurrect his sister as a cyborg, which he then sends after Daniel and his business partners - the men who provided false witness in court.

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Reception[edit]

Review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes reports that 18% of critics gave the film a positive review based on 2 reviews.

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