MOVIE System is a network of MOVIE servers. MOVIE Server is an interpreter of MovieScript. MovieScript is a high-level object-oriented programming language derived from PostScript. PostScript is embedded in the larger language model of MovieScript. This includes new types and operators as well as syntax extension towards the C++ style object-oriented model with dynamic binding and multiple inheritance. MOVIE Server is based on the custom-made high-performance MovieScript interpreter. Some design concepts of MovieScript are inherited from the NeWS model developed by Sun. C-shell-based CASE tools are constructed for automated server language extension. MOVIE 1.0 will offer uniform MovieScript interface to all major components of the Open Systems software such as X/Motif/OpenLook, DPS/NeWS, PEX/GL, UNIX socket library-based networking, and Fortran90-style index-free matrix algebra. Subsequent releases will build on top of these standards and extend the model by more advanced modules such as database management, expert systems and virtual reality. The language extensibility model is based on the concept of inheritance forest, which allows us to enlarge both the functional and object-oriented components of MovieScript, both in the system and application sector and at the compiled and interpreted level. The default development model for MOVIE applications is based on MovieScript programming. System integration tools are also provided which allow to incorporate third-party software into the system and to structure it as suitable language extensions. Integrated visualization model is provided, unifying two-dimensional pixel and vector graphics, three-dimensional graphics, and GUI toolkits. Interfaces to AVS-style dataflow-based visualization servers are also provided. MOVIE Server is a single C program, single UNIX process, and single X client. The server dynamics are governed by preemptive multithreading with real-time support. Threads, which are MovieScript light-weighted processes, compute by interpreting MovieScript and communicate by sending/receiving MovieScript. A uniform model for networking and message passing is provided. Various forms of concurrency can be naturally implemented in MOVIE, such as single-server multitasking or multiserver networks for MIMD-parallel or heterogeneous distributed computing. Multiserver systems of multithreading language interpreters offer a novel approach to parallel processing, integrating data-parallel and dynamic, irregular components. Due to such system features as rapid prototyping, extensibility, modularity, and ``in large'' programming model, MOVIE lends itself to building large, modern software applications of the compound or metaproblem class.