"TRON" was Disney's first attempt at computer animation, and the plot
concerns characters who find themselves fighting within the 'logic
matrix' of a video game.
"THE LAWNMOWER MAN' and it's lousy sequel take the lead characters
into cyberspace, and a recent French film "THE GHOST AND HIS DRIVER"
(starring Phillipe Noiret) features a murdered industrialist who can
briefly communicate with the living via television sets which quickly
There is also a short sequence in "DISCLOSURE" (Michael Douglas/Demi
Moore) featuring 'avatars' working within in a visual database.
Incidently the 'CAIRO ROSE" film character (Jeff Daniels) stepped
out of the screen into Mia Farrow's real world, leaving the other
characters to adlib his exit - very funny stuff!
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