Tomorrow Calling

Tomorrow Calling

It's a 1994 adaptation of Gibson's The Gernsback Continuum that I didn't know existed!

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9 Responses:

  1. James says:

    Why is the protagonist skeptical of the art deco utopian overlords with whom he has intersected his multiverse? If only it was possible to will them into existence with an analog camera. It takes a lot more than that, and they come in peace.

  2. nmg says:

    I'm slightly surprised that you hadn't seen this before. Admittedly, I'm UK-based and saw it when it was first broadcast, but it's fairly well-known (I mean, it even has Toyah in it).

    I've been maintaining for two decades that this is the only good Gibson that we've had, and are ever likely to get.

  3. Rich says:

    It has Toyah in it? How did I miss this? Thanks for the heads up!

  4. Nate says:

    The Roman numerals say "1993"

  5. bibulb says:

    That's definitely the best copy I've ever seen of it (and far better than I could have hoped to find) - I remember hunting high and low on the p2p sharing services back in the day, and the best I'd found was some old tiny blocky video WMV file. This is really a gorgeous transfer.

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