- A Sci-fi picture
- I watch it in a big theatre between 1977-1986.
- It could be a trailer
- Coloured, don’t recall any dialogue. Don’t know the language
- The scenarios and props were very well done, very realistic as I recall them. Oily, rusted, dirty.
- The tone was more of the 70s, introspective with a strong sense of decadence.
There’s a spaceship’s cockpit or a locked room, old or badly damaged, with an oily and rusty environment (like the interior of Star Wars Sandcrawler) as if it was attacked or has been adrift for a long while.
All of the crew is composed by robots, or armoured guys (helmets hiding their faces, all of them). There’s one which is probably the captain, a character in metal silver with a sort of skull/samurai type helmet, covered with oil resembling dark blood. He lies on a chair either shut down or resting. The rest of the crew have golden metal armours (like C-3PO with a knight’s helmet) with more rounded helmets.
The best analogy I can make for the captain’s helmet is Flash Gordon’s Ming guard’s mask types or Klytus mask. It was angular and it resembled a skull and a samurai helmet.