3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Rutger Hauer at his moody best. Very much in the vein of the later Mad Max movies, or more appropriately the Don Johnson pre-cursor to all these, "A boy and his dog", the post-apocalypse world. All this, meets Rollerball or Deathrace 2000.
A film of harsh violence but a film with a heart.
It is not a great film, but if you watch this without pre-conceptions and with your cynisim in check, it is an enjoyable one to watch.
I was probably one of the handfull of people who actually saw this at the cinema, and I really enjoyed it.
I can heartily recomend this film, from someone rarely satisfied.