Taken from the VHS insert:
Due to a rare genetic mutation, Chae-lin was taken at birth by the Syndicate and trained as a deadly Sequencer Agent, able to traverse both soft space and the matrix without wetware implants. For her whole life, she believed the Syndicate were the final bastion of human defence in the NetWar. But one fateful day she meets an adversary who shares her code. Is it her sister or a clone? Why is she fighting for the other side?
The answers will lead to the ultimate discovery.
Her destiny as the Virtual Weapon.
Released direct-to-video in a handful of Asian territories, few original copies remain of this sequel to CYBER CRASH 2000: Machine Warrior by the visionary Korean director Pak Nam-Gyu. Like its predecessor, Virtual Weapon was originally panned by critics, later finding some modicum of critical redemption during the early 21st-century future noir revival. The CGI in particular hasn’t aged as well, although the themes of genetic manipulation and threats to digital utopias hint at the prophetic brilliance in some of Pak Nam-Gyu’s later work. In contrast, little is known of the soundtrack producer, Lee Hae-Dong, with few credits to his name.
Originally released on Forgot Imprint:
The soundtrack to CYBER CRASH 2000: Machine Warrior is available here:
released April 22, 2022