Released theatrically in the USA on May 26, 1995. It grossed $19 million domestically.
This is the first feature-length film directed by New York artist Robert Longo. Speaking about his art, he has said, "My work exists somewhere between movies and monuments." Longo also directed a number of music videos and a short film.
Additional Credits: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures (Data Upload Sequence); Charles Lewin Webb, Greg Zenon, Reid Dunlop, Leslie Grierson (assistant directors); Patty von Arx (music editor); Chris David (sound re-recording mixer).
Cyberspace Sequence: George Merker (producer); Jamie Rama (co-designer/art director); Cat Chapman, Ryan Berg, Anthony
Ceccomancini (co-ordinators); Bill Birrell (executive producer).
Digital Dream Sequence: Braid Media Arts, Darrel Anderson, Rick Berry, Gene Bodio, Phil LeMarbre, Steve Bentley, Sheila Berry, Artie Romero, James Allen.
"Virus" by Sascha Konietzko, En Esch, Ounter Schulz,
performed by KMFDM
"Sad but True" by Phil Hartnoll, Paul Hartnoll, performed
"Complete" by Page Hamilton, Henry Bogdan, John Stanier,
performed by Helmet
"Nothing" by Christopher Hall, Stuart Zechman, performed by
"I See Through" by Henry Rollins, Melvin Gibbs, Sim Cain,
Chris Haskett, performed by Rollins Band
"No More Love" by Jeff Turzo, David Reilly, performed by
God Lives Underwater
"3am Incident" by Tod Ashley, James Coleman, Christopher
Nantz, Philip Puleo, Steven McMillen, performed by
Cop Shoot Cop
Color by Film House.
Rated BBFC 15 by the British Board of Film Classification.