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Max Renn is the President of Channel 83 Civic-TV, a small television station on the UHF dial. He defends his programming of largely X-rated shows - which depict graphic sex and extreme violence - as a pure matter of economic survival as a small station. Behind closed doors in specific company, he would admit that he enjoys such programming, but as President will stay away from associated activities that may be dangerous for him in its purchase. His current girlfriend, radio personality Nicki Brand, who he met on a television talk show, is sexually aroused by light mutilation on her person, that despite or because her radio show is like an open air crisis hotline. On that same talk show, the other guest via video feed was Professor Brian O'Blivion - solely his stage name - who believes that television and video broadcasts will one day overtake the world as reality, which may make Max's programming in combination more dangerous. In Max's search for the next big thing in like programming...

Director: David Cronenberg
Writer: David Cronenberg
Production: Universal Pictures
Year: 1983
MetaScore: 60/100
ImdbRating: 7.2
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 04 Feb 1983
Awards: 3 wins & 7 nominations.

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Max Renn - James Woods
Bianca O'Blivion - Sonja Smits
Nicki Brand - Debbie Harry
Harlan - Peter Dvorsky
Barry Convex - Leslie Carlson
Brian O'Blivion - Jack Creley
Masha - Lynne Gorman
Bridey - Julie Khaner
Raphael - David Bolt
Rena King - Lally Cadeau
Brolley - Henry Gomez
Japanese Salesman - Harvey Chao
Japanese Salesman - David Tsubouchi
Matron - Kay Hawtrey
Sidewalk Derelict - Sam Malkin
Newscaster - Bob Church
Woman Caller - Jayne Eastwood
Bellydancer - Franciszka Hedland
Max Renn (Helmet Scenes) - David Cronenberg