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HERE Italy look:


From "Il Resto del Carlino" - 01 Aug 2007
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i don't have the scanner. sorry for the bad quality..

The title says: <<Blade Runner>>, the our future.



http://qn.quotidiano.net/spettacoli/

http://qn.quotidiano.net/spettacoli/200 ... voro.shtml

VIDEO ABOUT VENICE RELEASE OF FC!!
http://multimedia.quotidiano.net/?media ... ale_page=1


FC AT VENICE - 1 SEPTEMBER AT 00.00AM! :lol: midnight! :lol: :lol: with Scott at the main theatre.
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CORRIERE* DELLA SERA:
http://www.corriere.it/ultima_ora/agrnews.jsp?id={61F6ADED-3F70-4DB9-9FC2-0E9955037DA4}

IL GIORNALE:
http://www.ilgiornale.it/a.pic1?ID=1968 ... ?ID=196859

IL MESSAGGERO:
http://www.ilmessaggero.it/articolo.php ... SPETTACOLO




VIRTUALLY ALL THE NEWSPAPER OF ITALY TALKS ABOUT FC! :)
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Post Thu Aug 02, 2007 3:31 pm

Molte grazie, Phantom. :)
The question is... Do you live close enough to Venezia to attend?
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Post Thu Aug 02, 2007 4:26 pm

Gene Ettix wrote:Molte grazie, Phantom. :)
The question is... Do you live close enough to Venezia to attend?


just 1-2h of Hi-speed train this is not a problem just i think is simpy impossible to go inside the "sala grande" "main or big theatre" of venice film festival.. only for special people i think..
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Post Thu Aug 02, 2007 6:04 pm

Phantom wrote:
Gene Ettix wrote:Molte grazie, Phantom. :)
The question is... Do you live close enough to Venezia to attend?


just 1-2h of Hi-speed train this is not a problem just i think is simpy impossible to go inside the "sala grande" "main or big theatre" of venice film festival.. only for special people i think..

But you ARE special...you've a Blade Runner fan!
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Post Thu Aug 02, 2007 6:58 pm

if i will go there with a long trench coat (obviously sept in italy summer still bloom) maybe I will obtain the preview :lol:

or psychiatric :lol: :lol:
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:lol: That will work.

(raaaah! :evil: why are The Netherlands always behind... Can't find anything yet. And anywhere I mail to, they simply don't know what the hell I'm talking about. BR? Final Cut? Sorry we don't have the info... It drives me crazy! ](*,) )
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Post Fri Aug 03, 2007 5:22 pm

Caru wrote:(raaaah! :evil: why are The Netherlands always behind... Can't find anything yet. And anywhere I mail to, they simply don't know what the hell I'm talking about. BR? Final Cut? Sorry we don't have the info... It drives me crazy! ](*,) )


They should have a Nederlands showing. Especially considering how much of a beloved native son Rutger Hauer is. It would probably have to happen in Amsterdam, though. I'm not especially familiar with the geography of the country so I don't know where Delft is in relation to Amsterdam.

My husband, who is a musician, has played in your country a few times and totally fell in love with it. His favorite places are Utrecht and Appeldoorn, although he likes Amsterdam for the...umm...coffee shops. ^_^
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msgeek wrote:...although he likes Amsterdam for the...umm...coffee shops. ^_^


there you have it again.. :lol:

I hope that there will the a theatrical release of BR. It would be ridiculous if that doesn't happen. If it is in Amsterdam I just have to hop on the train.
Compared to England or the U.S. all distances are small here.
Delft is also on the west side of the country, near The Hague, more south from Amsterdam.

I think you mean Apeldoorn. That's a cool city. Delft is also a great place for musicians, a small arty city. There is always a lot of live music in the summer. Known and unknown bands, rock, jazz, pop, mostly free to enjoy.
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I had my stag night in Amsterdam, a mighty fine city - full of edam cheese, tulips windmills and cloggs.. oh and the odd house of ill repute.

Even saw the house where Ann frank lived/hid away from the nazis.
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From "Il Resto del Carlino" - 01 Aug 2007
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i don't have the scanner. sorry for the bad quality..

The title says: <<Blade Runner>>, the our future.
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Post Wed Aug 15, 2007 2:45 pm

Wow. BR gets a full-page ad.
Grande importante :D
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The public relations of (FC) Blade Runner have been revitalized. The movie is being aired (TV) as I type. Do not be surprised if you see a new generation of fans at these venues.
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cudaclan wrote:The public relations of (FC) Blade Runner have been revitalized. The movie is being aired (TV) as I type. Do not be surprised if you see a new generation of fans at these venues.

I really hope we do.
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cudaclan wrote:The public relations of (FC) Blade Runner have been revitalized. The movie is being aired (TV) as I type. Do not be surprised if you see a new generation of fans at these venues.

I really hope we do.


Bet on it.

Look at what's happened so far. There is, without question, going to be a new generation of fans. Considering just how many "tastemakers" come to San Diego Comic-Con every year, there is going to be hype generated for the Final Cut which will easily be consistent with the hype generated by reissuing of Star Wars with all the CGI. Only this time, it really does look like Ridley Scott didn't do the equivalent of scribbling on the Mona Lisa like George Lucas did.

There is a whole generation of SW fandom which only knows the Special Editions of the Original Trilogy. There might be a whole generation of Blade Runner fans who only know the Final Cut. From everything I've seen, the "fixes" done for the Final Cut do not change the look of the film at all. They are legitimate improvements.
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