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Chaank is experimenting with a fighting machine that is both machine and human. The Hardman project has killed many people. Jack is the genius behind this project and he lives in a world of models, toys and magazines. He unleashed the beast when he was fired.
Death Machine is a 1994 Japanese-British cyberpunk horror film written and directed by Stephen Norrington. It stars Brad Dourif, Ely Pouget, William Hootkins, John Sharian, and Richard Brake. Rachel Weisz, still early in her career at the time of the film's release, appears briefly in the role of a Junior Executive. The film was the directorial debut of Norrington, who had previously worked as a special effects artist on films such as Lifeforce, Aliens, Hardware, The Witches, and Split Second. However, Norrington infamously expressed distaste in the original cut, and the film has undergone numerous re-edits since.The film garnered controversy for both its excessive violence and Dourif's character. These factors resulted in the film being banned in multiple countries, including Sri Lanka, Iran, China, Malaysia, Iraq, and Australia. Despite the controversy, the film received mixed reviews. Many critics praised the special effects, but criticized the acting and plot.
Pinewood Studios, United Kingdom
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