Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D

Terminator 2 – Tag der Abrechnung 3D
It is 2029 and the nuclear holocaust is in the past. On Earth, people are fighting the all-powerful machines. The machines send a T-1000 “Terminator” android back to the 20th century to kill rebel leader John Connor while he is still a child. The resistance movement counters by sending an older model, the T-800, back to protect the 10-year-old boy. With John and his mother, the android attempts to halt the technological advances that will lead to the supremacy of the machines by destroying the research of the original software developer. As they flee from the T-1000 and the police, the trio encounters a formidable number of destructive and violent obstacles ... “T2” and its morphing effect broke new ground not just in terms of visual effects. Its ironic take on the humanisation of an android, its demonstrative use of advanced digital effects and a hip heavy-metal soundtrack brought what was the most expensive Hollywood blockbuster ever at the time not only huge box office returns, but also gave it enormous pop culture “cred”. – World premiere of the digitally restored 2K DCP version in 3D.
by James Cameron
with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Robert Patrick, Edward Furlong, Joe Morton, Earl Boen, S. Epatha Merkerson, Danny Cooksey
USA 1991/2017 English 138’ Colour Rating R16

With

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Linda Hamilton
  • Robert Patrick
  • Edward Furlong
  • Joe Morton
  • Earl Boen
  • S. Epatha Merkerson
  • Danny Cooksey

Crew

Director James Cameron
Screenplay James Cameron, William Wisher
Cinematography Adam Greenberg
Editing Conrad Buff, Mark Goldblatt, Richard A. Harris
Music Brad Fiedel
Sound Lee Orloff
Special Effects Dennis Muren, Stan Winston
Production Design Joseph Nemec, III
Art Director Joseph P. Lucky
Costumes Marlene Stewart
Make-Up Jeff Dawn
Producer James Cameron

Produced by

Carolco/Pacific Western/Lightstorm Entertainment

Additional information

DCP: Studiocanal, Berlin

James Cameron

Filmography

Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2017