James Milstead’s review published on Letterboxd:
D: Aaron Lipstadt
New World (Mary Ann Fisher)
USA 🇺🇸 1982
W: James Reigle & Don Opper
DP: Tim Suhrstedt
Mus: Don Preston
Klaus Kinski (Dr. Daniel), Brie Howard (Maggie), Norbert Weisser (Keller), Don Opper (Max 404), Crofton Hardester (Mendes), Kendra Kirschner (Cassandra)
In 2036, a police transport vehicle is hijacked in deep space. The scientists on board, some of them androids, react in various ways.
Cheap-looking science fiction, straight from the filmmaking school of Roger Corman.
Despite the obvious financial limitations, it has a rather good story and some decent performances, worth watching for its time, but not really one to go back to with modern eyes.