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|Directed by||Jeff Burr|
|Produced by||Barnet Bain|
|Screenplay by||Michael Kalesniko|
|Music by||Marco Marinangeli|
|Edited by||Amanda I. Kirpaul|
|90 minutes (99 minutes in Canada)|
In a futuristic, cyber-punk New York City, convicted felon Roger Mason (Gary Daniels) is serving a sentence and is locked away in a high security prison facility, where Cryonics are applied to some of the inmates, including Mason himself, to keep them in a state of suspended animation. Mason, despite all the security measures applied at his confinement facility, manages to escape repeatedly to see his daughter, which is the only reason why he's making attempt after attempt to break free. However, the authorities are able to catch him and bring him back every time to serve even a longer sentence as punishment for his attempts to escape. Since he's being cryonically frozen to serve his time for years at a time, he remains practically the same age while his daughter grows older normally. As more and more time keeps being added to his original sentence, his escape attempts become more of an obsession rather than a goal.
- Gary Daniels as Roger Mason
- Meg Foster as Woman #1
- Bryan Genesse as Bounty #1
- Jeffrey Combs as the Captain
- Nicholas Sadler as Renny
- Steven Schub as Phil
- Stewart Finlay-McLennan as Lory*
- Joe Unger as Clemets
- Sarah Freeman as Maggie**
- David Groh as Uncle Hutchy
- Bruce Glover as the Priest
- Jean Speegle Howard as Jillian/Jennifer
- Willard E. Pugh as Bounty #2
- Duane Whitaker as Sergeant
- Arye Gross as The Attendant
*Credited as Stewart McLennan. **Credited as Sarah Rayne.
At a relatively low budget, the film received poor reviews from the public, at it is ranked at 4.4/10 stars on IMDb.
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