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- What is it?: A science fiction (TV) movie, or pilot episode.
- Tell us what it isn't: It is not Star Trek, Buck Rogers, Battlestar Galactica. I have skimmed lists of science fiction movies from the 70s, 80s and 90s on Wikipedia, but haven't been able to find it.
- Tell us what made it memorable: It felt less campy than most sci-fi of the time. The crew of a spaceship exercises using small patches on their bodies simulating gravity/weight. There was a bald villain who was related (brother?) to one of the (female?) characters of the crew. The finale takes places on a barren surface with the villain climbing some metal frame construction.
- When did you see this film?: Early 90's on Dutch TV. It was probably broadcast more than once.
- How old was it?: Unsure, but it has an 80s (early 90s) vibe.
- What language was it?: English.
- Was it part of a series?: Probably not (though it could be the pilot of one).
- What details can I recall?: Set and costumes were minimalistic. Not very colourful, cool tones (blue). The pace/action was a bit slower.
- Other details: The intro might have shown the characters' faces partly as wireframes (or similar effect). The movie probably did not contain any aliens or non-human characters (at least not in appearance).