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Post Thu Jan 03, 2008 11:45 pm

Ridley BR interview

Great Ridley Scott on Blade Runner: The Final Cut: Interview here

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/1184955 ... s/1698144/

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Post Fri Jan 04, 2008 9:09 pm

Thanks for that some new stuff from Ridley I liked to read-again I have to accept outside these forums the comments from the folks who fair are not keen BR fans can drive me nuts

My head is going on the chopping block for this-but I aknowledge PKD great visionary etc, I would not have touched his novel if it was not for it was tied into BR and after reading it twice-I just said thanks BR the movie it is the way its

some poster comments BR misses the "Etihical" overtones of the novel-sorry to me the novel treated some of these "Etihical overtones" in a clunky manner-The Androids are one dimensinonal at best-the mood organ makes me cringe-yes an analogy for drugs but too distracting for me.

mercerism would dominate any movie attempting to incorporate it-the move woulde be about mercerism-

sorry i think i will safely stay within the forums or i will type more dangerous stuff:)
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