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I'm trying to identify an old movie from a single scene. At that time I was a child, the movie seemed to be kind of a sci-fi/horror genre, my parents didn't let me see the whole movie, I just clearly remember that single scene.

I can suppose it was a sci-fi movie, and it could be from the '80s, for sure older than 1994. It is probably set on a spaceship. We see a woman immobilized on something like a surgical table, then a little circular saw moved by a robotic arm that is going (I suppose) to slice the woman's body for some experiment or maybe just in order to kill her (for example onboard computer getting mad), the woman reasonably starts screaming and then we see some blood splashing over the table. Nothing else.

We don't see (at least in that scene) any alien creatures, just the woman and the saw and the blood.

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most definitely "Alien" –  Tom Dec 19 '13 at 23:04
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I don't remember that in Alien. –  Meat Trademark Dec 19 '13 at 23:52
    
@MeatTrademark I believe there's a similar scene in Prometheus, so must have mixed the two movies up. Been a while since I saw 'em ^^ –  Tom Dec 20 '13 at 18:09
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Definitely in Prometheus. It happens. –  Meat Trademark Dec 20 '13 at 18:14
    
Didn't Fire in the Sky (1993) have some intense abduction operation sequence(s)? Could that be it? –  Meat Trademark Dec 20 '13 at 18:16

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This is newer than 1994, but could it be Alien Abduction, (2005)? From Wikipedia,

They wake up in a cell on the ship. Jean uses the camera's night vision to explore the alien glyphs and passages. They eventually rounded up and pushed into a room where they are tied down and vivisected.

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The scene I remember could represent an alien abduction, but I've seen that movie about 20 years ago, it can't be most recent –  Umberto Dec 20 '13 at 21:07

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