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WHAT WE THINK:
– Not to be missed for any reason!
JUST A FEW WORDS:
Well, what to say in just a few words trying to do this film justice? It’s a great film, it’s dark and ambiguous, it deals with human nature in a way that has set up a new path for filmmakers all around the world. What is human and what is a machine and where this interaction stops being plain illusion and pure human touch?
- Great set design.
- Conceptually still contemporary.
- Visual language.
- Rutger Hauer/Roy Batty’s “monologue”.
- A bit more depth in some facets of the script would’ve made this film even more poignant.
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Blade Runner (1982) Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller | 117min | 14 October 1982 (Italy) 8.1
Director: Ridley ScottWriter: Hampton Fancher, David Webb PeoplesStars: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean YoungSummary: In the twenty-first century, a corporation develops androids to be used as slaves in colonies outside of the Earth, identified as "replicants". In 2019, a former Police Officer is hired to hunt down a fugitive group of replicants living undercover in Los Angeles, California. Written by MadMovieManiac
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