Two cyberpunks go for the big score by hacking a vicious criminal. Adam Sims reads the novel that coined the term 'cyberspace'.
Two cyberpunks go for their big score by hacking a vicious criminal. Adam Sims reads the novel that coined the term 'cyberspace'. Read by Adam Sims.
When not jacking into the matrix to hack corporate mainframes for shady clients, Bobby Quine and Automatic Jack are hanging out in the Gentleman Loser trying to figure out a way of pulling off that one big score that will make them rich. But industrial espionage is a dangerous business, especially when they decide to rip off Chrome, the most ruthless figure in the local mob subsidiary.
Described as the father of cyberpunk fiction, William Gibson's 1982 story still influences modern sci-fi.
Producer: Eugene Murphy
Made for BBC 7 and first broadcast in 2003.
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