I remember when I was young I saw a film (that at the time) I thought was amazing.
The details are a little fuzzy, but no one I've ever met seems to remember it (perhaps a cheap TVM?)
In short, at the opening of the film, there was a space-battle in orbit, one ship loses and falls though the earth's atmosphere. A young girl playing in a park by some swings looks up, as the ship (that turns out to be microscopic) falls into the girls eye. After a sharp pain she appears to be fine.
However, the alien ship (I can only assume is a nano-machine-engine of some kind), repairs her, effectively rendering her immortal and indestructible. Somehow (as I said, fuzzy), some generic bad-guy captures her (possibly military, or a defence contractor?). And start trying to find a way to reverse engineer the her. There was a woman (I can only assume the mother of the girl), and a protagonist man. It appears the nano-machine can temporarily be passed by certain physical contact, such as passing a cigarette that had been in the girls mouth (or someone else infected? the mother?). There was some action, where the protagonist rescued the girl, the villain (who was late-middle ages, and had a pockmarked face shot the protagonist, but he survived because the little girl had given him a cigarette but with the infection on it.
I remember them referring to the nanite-infection as "reds", but it could be my memory playing tricks on me.
and I'm sure it wasn't a dream, but I can't seem to find any reference to it anywhere.
Can someone help me identify this film?