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cover: Harsh Realm: 1st Season - d1/3

Harsh Realm: 1st Season - d1/3

Director(s): Chris Carter, various

Theatrical Release: 1999

Cast: Scott Bairstow, D.B. Sweeney, Terry O'Quinn, Rachel Hayward, Max Martini, Samantha Mathis

Genre(s): TV, Sci-Fi, Drama, Action, war, videogame

Countries: USA


Location in store: Television

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Running Time: 172m.

DISC ONE EPISODES

01: Pilot - Lt. Hobbes, a young Marine, volunteers to test the military's newest tool, a virtual reality training machine code-named "Harsh Realm." Once attached to the machine, Hobbes discovers that the VR world is controlled by the renegade soldier Omar Santiago. While Hobbes body remains in a coma, his mind lives on in the VR world, where he must join forces with an underground force in their attempt to overthrow Santiago. (imdb.com)

02: Leviathan - As Hobbes comes to grips with the reality of his situation, Mike Pinocchio is lured into a trap by a mercenary bounty hunter. Aided by the mute Florence, Hobbes goes in search of Pinocchio however gets captured himself in the process. The bounty hunter, behind the back of his female partner, cuts a deal with Santiago. In exchange for money, the bounty hunter wants access to the mythical portal that allows individuals access to both Harsh Realm and the real world. The Female bounty hunter senses something is going on behind her back and therefore helps Hobbes and Pinocchio escape. Meanwhile, in the real world, Hobbes's fiancée doubts the circumstances surrounding his death. A woman named Inga Fossa hints to the fact that he is still alive and knows where he is and tells her that men like Hobbes have been reported to of been killed on missions but are still alive. (tv.com)

03: Inga Fossa - Sophie continues to look into Hobbes' death by following Inga Fossa into a run down military installation where Inga Fossa uses a portal to move back to Harsh Realm. Inga Fossa enters however Sophie is locked out. Fossa materialises in Santiago City where she informs Santiago of her plans of conquest. In Harsh Realm, Hobbes, Pinocchio and Florence attempt to gain forged ID chips so they can enter Santiago city and gain access to the portal. They find the man they need for the job, just as Walters and a team of commandos raid the building and capture Florence. The rest manage to escape through a glitch that leads them directly Santiago's barracks. Hobbes manages to break into the chamber where the portal is and with reluctant help from Inga Fossa, they enter. Fossa tells Hobbes that unless he kills Santiago now in Harsh Realm there would not be a world for Hobbes to return to as Santiago plans to destroy it. Hobbes decides to stay in Harsh Realm as Fossa gives him the letter Sophie wrote him. She also gives him the key to the cell where Pinocchio and Florence are being kept. In the real world, Sophie has been waiting for Inga Fossa to return. Fossa is surprised but lies to Sophie that she couldn't get the letter to Hobbes. (tv.com)

04: Kein Ausgang - Whilst driving through the countryside in search of a soldier who may hold the key to defeating Santiago, Hobbes and Pinocchio unexpectedly travel through a tear in Harsh Realm and enter what seems to be an alternate dimension. They immediately come under fire from World War II soldiers and eventually learn that they are trapped in an earlier, and thought deleted, version of the Harsh Realm simulation. One of the American soldiers asks for help from Hobbes and Pinocchio as he has been trapped in this version of the game and has been playing it over and over again for years. As Hobbes is captured by the Nazis and Pinocchio fights for the allies, they soon come to realize that if they do not find a way out of this game, they could be doomed to repeated it over and over like the American soldier. (tv.com)
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