"I'M YOUR MAN"

Originally released to movie theaters, I'm Your Man attracted plenty of media attention for giving audience members the opportunity to choose the outcome of the film. Crowds were initially drawn to the movie to try out the new technology and theater owners invested thousands of dollars to incorporate Interfilm Systems (the "joysticks") into theater seats.

In 1994, Interfilm Technologies went public and raised millions of dollars to create more interactive films including "Ride For Your Life" and "Bombmeister."

Release: 1992

Developer: Interfilm Technologies

Publisher: Interfilm Technologies

Type: Interactive Movie

Platforms: Movie Theater Event


                    
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"I'm Your Man" was originally released in select theaters in 1992. At the time it was referred to as an "Interfilm" ("ChoicePoint" on the DVD). The movie theater was rigged with joysticks with color-coded buttons and the audience would vote on the choices provided in the film. The theatrical intro is a bonus on the retail DVD.

A. Whitney Brown (Professor) was a writer/featured performer on SNL in the 1980s while actor Kevin Seal (Jack) was an MTV VJ. Mark Metcalf (Richard) is best known for his role in the film "Animal House" and as "Maestro" on the television show "Seinfeld." Joe Jackson ("Stepping Out") composed the music for the film. Director Bob Bejan also directed the unreleased interactive films Ride For Your Life and Bombmeister.

GAMEPLAY


MOVIE


SUMMARY:
Nice interactive movie. Not a game.




Jack Beaner..... Kevin Seal

Leslie Campbell..... Colleen Quinn

Richard Hewitt..... Mark Metcalf

Professor Bob..... A. Whitney Brown


Directed by..... Bob Bejan

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