Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This Czechoslovakian comedy-fantasy stars Milos Kopecky in the title role. He isn't really from the first century but the 20th, which makes him quite a curiosity when he rockets himself nearly 500 years into the future. Kopecky and his newly-found extraterrestrial pal Radovan Lukavsky stumble upon a Brave New World completely ruled by machinery and computers. Gee, did he accidentally end up in 1996? More than a little influenced by such earlier sci-fiers as Metropolis and Just Imagine, Man From the First Century was originally released as Muz z Prvniho Stoleti.
accident, alien [not human], future, prediction, spacecraft, space-exploration