Synopsis: Stel, a humanoid alien, teams up with a British soldier Private John Marrettie. They engage on an action-packed adventure to find a top secret file which holds information on advanced energy production, captured space crafts and their alien pilots including Stel's missing father, Arakawa, who's been shot down and imprisoned on Earth by Core - a human paramilitary group.
Director(s): Martin Holland
Production: MTI Home Video

There are centuries, the Earth is observed

for two extraterrestrial species:

Kise and Murka.

Both had sworn not to interfere

in the progress of the Earth...

but, in secret,

Murka divided his/her wisdom...

with the largest leaders of the Earth...

in exchange for the right of using humans

for their experiences.

Some Kise distrusted

of Murka.

Then, Arakawa,

one respected leader of Kise...

he/she decided privately

inspeccionar the Earth...

in search of proofs of

immodest negotiations.

During the mission,

Arakawa found proofs...

but his/her ship was found

and dropped for the it BLUSHES...

a paramilitary unit of humans

controlled and driven by Murka.

Arakawa was captured and arrested

in a secret fortress.

Kise, suspicious...

fearing an invasion

imminent to his/her planet...

they decided to flee and to hide

in obscure moons...

where could drift

his/her leader's rescue.

Now, two Kise revolutionaries,

the son and the daughter of Arakawa...

they came for the Earth...

to seek a document that

he/she reveals his/her father's whereabouts...

but knowing that were able to...

to be on the way to a trap of the it BLUSHES.

- Something is wrong with Barker.

- He/she is a woman.



Wilson arrived.

We already had their sign, lady.



We can go.

BLUSH, units from 1 to 10.

We can go, exchange.




Good afternoon.

Can I help him/it?


Where I do go?

- Follow that street.

- Thank you.

Please, he/she knows where it is

the dressing room?

Clear, I take him/it there.

- Are you new in the base?

- I am. Today it is my first day here.

You didn't have luck

of coming here to stop.

I joined the Army

22 years ago...

and they promised me

an acao life and adventure.

While I am here,

this place will be calm...

it will be boring...

it will be a lot, a lot...


You can believe.

Everything that I want

it is some acao.

Hurt man.

Possible invader.

- He/she calms, soldier.

- Marrettie, gentleman. John Marrettie.

Care with the one that you want,

soldier Marrettie.

It is never known.

It can become reality.

To align! Outside!

Let us go!

Let us go! Let us go!

- I will be ready inside of one minute, gentleman.

- We will be in the sector 4, room 8.

Let us go! Let us go!

Let us go! Fast!

Sectores 2 and 3.

The two Class 4 is

in his/her direcao. Exchange.


Mister, I was informed that...

two Class 4 is arising,

coming in this direcao.

Class 4?

Prepare your weapons

and enter in formation. Already!

What is a Class 4?

- A Class 4 is a Martian.

- "A Martian?"


- Did he/she already have to work with them, gentleman?

- In Africa, 18 years ago.

I went by a situation

of Class 4 serious.

We were to observe an UFO

despenhado and their pilots...

when a group of Class 4

he/she came to rescue them.

- What did happen he/she, gentleman?

- It was a massacre.

Of the 35 men of my secao,

only 6 survived.

The most frightening is that

they were all disarmed.

- Did he say "extraterrestrial?"

- I don't have safe against extraterrestrial.



Of here McCann.

We already arrived.

The situation is the following:

Two Class 4 unarmed

they invaded us.

Locate and eliminate.

- Wilson?

- Yes, lady.

- He/she knows that is his/her last opportunity.

- Yes, lady.

Let us go! Let us go!

- Open, open!

...in the sector 2.

- I am not hearing, gentleman.

- We will enter for the setor3.

What is that?

Are you to hear?

What will say

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