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By Scott Bukatman

ISBN-10: 0851706231

ISBN-13: 9780851706238

Blade Runner has proved to be the most enduring and influential movies of the Eighties. In his leading edge interpreting, Scott Bukatman information the making of the movie and its gradually enhancing fortunes after its preliminary unlock. He situates the movie when it comes to the debates approximately put up modernism that experience proficient the massive physique of feedback dedicated to it. even though Blade Runner explores the tensions primary to a postmodern period of bewildering technological swap, Bukatman argues, it derives from the quintessentially twentieth-century, modernist event of the city--the adventure of an area either imprisoning and releasing.

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2 6 Paul Sammon, Future NOIf: The Making 01 Blade Runner (New York: HarperCollins, 1996), p. 73 In Donald N. ), On 21 This IS discussed by Yunclch's asslstant, Roeco Giollre, In Sammon, Future NOIf, p. 257. 22 This remark IS made In an Intervlew with Don Shay Indiv/dua/ity and SOCIal Forms (Chleago: Unlverslty 01 presented on (he Critenon Chieago Press, 1971), p. 325 Encounters ot the Third Kind. , pp. 334-5. , pp. 330, 334. , p. 59. 5 m/llion. 16 See Leo Marx, The Maehine In the Garden: Teehnology and the Pastoral Ideal in Amenca (New York Oxlord Unlverslty Press, 1964), chapter 5 17 Blade Runner productlon notes, p.

15 Deckard a Replicant? ' has generated more discusslOn on the Internet than the existence of God. 1 would argue that askmg the question lS more 1mportant than determmmg the answer (and, further, that 1t's not about Deckard, ít's about us). '88 But 1t lS true that the varíous permutatlOns of Blade Runner, a film, after all, of exqUlsite and careful visual touches, have made tbs a mystery to considero The cnS1S regarding Deckard's status lS more pranounced in the novel than m the film adaptatíon, as when Deckard tnes to cal1 police headquarters and finds no record of h1S supervisor, h1S office or h1mself.

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