backtrack; Blade runner (1982)

bladerunner

Probably the most influential futuristic cityscapes since Metropolis – all rainy and rundown. Also a violent, poignant, thoughtworthy science fiction noir about perception and humanity.

Solemn, powerful, ambiguous. In my rarest book of dystopia.

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