You Don't Know Shat?!? :Broken Angel (1988)
Futureworld. Along the same time, he began directing a large amount of TV films which lead to jobs on North and South and V: The Final Battle. Broken Angel feels like there is a journeyman director behind the camera, and while the film is chock full of styles of the 80s (Fans of punks in film will not want to miss Shatner's search through a L.A dive filled to the top the rafters with mohawks.), it has a visual style and pace that I would associate more with 70s television. The whole concept feels dated. If there had been a tad more salaciousness to Jamie's disappearance or more wildly inaccurate information, then this could have fit nicely into the world of the exploitation films of the 40's and 50's which preyed on fears of drug use, sexual promiscuity, and the loosening of the moral fiber of America. There is an underlying current to Broken Angel that reads like, "What's the matter with these kids today with their hair and their clothes and their rock and roll music?"
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There's no trailer for this Made for TV flick, but here's a clip in German. Netflix subscribers can check it out streaming now!