Electric Dreams DVD

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Miles is helpless hopeless and about to blow a fuse. He has a problem. His computer Edgar has decided to wreck his life. He's ruined his credit rating run up his phone bill cancelled his plane reservations locked him out of his house and how he's trying to steal his girlfriend. Meet Madeline...she's blonde brilliant and waiting for the sparks to fly!

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Released
17 April 2019
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Second Sight Films Ltd. 
Classification
Runtime
92 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5028836031536 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  One of the classic, era-defining films of the 80 s finally released on DVD Miles is helpless, hopeless and about to blow a fuse. He has a problem. His computer Edgar has decided to wreck his life. He s ruined his credit rating, run up his phone bill, cancelled his plane reservations, locked him out of his house and now he s trying to steal his girlfriend...

1980s US comedy about the unlikely friendship between a man and his computer. When architect Miles (Lenny von Dohlen) spills wine all over his brand new state-of-the-art computer, the last thing he expects is for the computer to start expressing thoughts and feelings. But Edgar (voice of Bud Cort), as the computer now calls itself, is eager to learn all about real life. However, the friendship between man and machine is soon challenged when a pretty cello player (Virginia Madsen) moves in next door and Miles and Edgar find themselves competing for her affections. The film's title song 'Together in Electric Dreams' became a massive hit for composer Giorgio Moroder and singer Phil Oakey.