Picture Of Theatrical Release Poster Of Blade Runner 1982

Picture Of Theatrical Release Poster Of Blade Runner 1982

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Theatrical release poster for the film The Blade Runner.

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Copyrighted Work - Fair Use (Commentary and Criticism, Small amount (Poster for the film The Blade Runner))

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Blade Runner Philosophy

This deeply philosophical science fiction film has in last 30 years managed to capture the attention and imagination of worldwide audience. Using the theme of film noir and Greek drama, director of this movie masterfully explored the concepts of dehumanization, relationships between creator and creations, emotions, immortality, death and artificial life.

List of Dystopian Movies

Film history is full of movies that managed to very realistically depict future dystopian societies, filled with desolate landscapes, oppressive governments and subjugated people who strive to become free. Here are some of the best of them.

Blade Runner

This 1982 famous cult science fiction movie managed to visualize to great detail dark, futuristic and dystopian version of overpopulated Los Angeles. Masterfully filmed, this movie explores the concepts of globalization, paranoia, value of human life, emotions, artificial life, climate change, religion and genetic engineering.

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Dystopia Definition

Dystopia represents artificially created world or society in which human population lives under the rule of the oppressive government, or is subjected to various other types of oppressions (class, religion, lack of individuality, privacy …).