REVIEW: HARDWARE

1990’s Hardware offers up an impressive vision of a post apocalyptic world on the brink, and a plot ripped from the pages of popular sci-fi comic 2000AD – legal action swiftly followed. With a look that owes more to Gilliam’s Brazil than Blade Runner, this is a film with a surfeit of ideas to stuff its slender plot to bursting point. It is very much an example of a throw everything on screen – including the kitchen sink – approach to film-making. And for the most part it works.

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