Nemesis Trailer

Nemesis Trailer (1992)

"In the future... it pays to be more than human." 26 December 1992 Thriller, Sci-Fi 94 mins

In the future, chaos is rampant as 'information terrorists' threaten to destroy order in society. Alex is a part-man, part-machine LAPD cop who is the best at what he does. When one of the terrorists calls him a machine, Alex questions his humanity and decides to leave the force. His final assignment is to apprehend an old colleague who has stolen some data. However, there is more than meets the eye and Alex must question his allegiance.

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International Releases Dates

Germany 01 April 1993

United States 29 January 1993

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