Galaxina is a low-budget 1980 American comedy/science fiction film, best remembered for its lead actress, Playboy Playmate of the Year for 1980 Dorothy Stratten, who was murdered shortly after the movie's release. Besides its homages to and parodies of science fiction mainstays Star Wars, Star Trek, and Alien, this film also pokes fun at western movies. It won the Audience Award at the 1983 Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film.
The showed film-in-film is a sample from the 1960 Eastern bloc movie First Spaceship on Venus.
Stratten played a lifelike, voluptuous android named Galaxina who is assigned to oversee the operations of an intergalactic Space Police cruiser captained by incompetent Cornelius Butt (Avery Schreiber). When a mission requires the ship's crew to be placed in suspended animation for decades, Galaxina finds herself developing emotions and falling in love with the ship's pilot, Thor (Stephen Macht), as he and the other crew sleep.
The film is rated M in New Zealand and contains offensive language and sexual themes.