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aTomiK
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"After a nuclear war, society breaks down into two groups, the evil Euraks and the rebel Federation.
A mercenary named Parsifal is hired by the Federation to infiltrate New York City,
which is controlled by the Euraks, to rescue the only fertile woman left on Earth. (IMDb)

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Yeah, this is another Italian post-apocalyptic action flick.
It was just released here on dvd and features again the dynamic duo Michael Sopkiw/George Eastman.
Sopkiw looks like a rock star and Eastman is.. well he´s Big Ape [Cool]
The female leads are Anna Kanakis ( The New Barbarians) and Valentine Monnier, very beautiful ladies.
The movie was directed by Sergio Martino.

Sopkiw and Monnier looking to the future
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It´s a very good Escape from New York rip-off including some Mad Max II themes as well.
Violent action, cool characters and a great synth score.
Gotta love it!

2019: AFTER THE FALL OF NEW YORK short trailer

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[ 22. February 2012, 10:12: Message edited by: aTomiK ]

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Another fine pick you got there, aTomiK.

This is indeed the most entertaining of the post-apocalypse Escape from New-York / Mad Max
rip-offs by far ! Yes, it may be cheesy.. but it's also highly enjoyable from start to finish.

The first time i saw this was somewhere around 1987.. It was kinda hard to find in the 90's..
and eventually turned up on dvd in 2003 in a razor-sharp transfer courtesy of US dvd-label
Shriek Show.

And the funny thing is, i like this one as much today as i did almost 25 years ago..
and i'm sure i'm not the only one ! [Smile]

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