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In den er Jahren goss der britische Regisseur Ridley Scott seine Vision der Stadt in einen düsteren, futuristischen Film: „Blade Runner“. Der belgische Filmemacher Bruno Tondeur fasst für uns das Science-Fiction-Meisterwerk „Blade Runner“ von Ridley Scott in einer animierten. Im molochartigen Los Angeles der Zukunft macht Elitepolizist Deckard Jagd auf künstliche Menschen. Diese Replikanten wurden für Einsätze. Schock und Show: Kinohits wie „Poltergeist“, „Blade Runner“, „Rocky III“ und „Tron“ stehen für die Opulenz des Hollywood-kinos Anfang der er. Nicht, dass. Blade Runner [bleɪd ˌrʌnɚ], deutscher Verleihtitel zeitweise auch Der Blade Runner, ist ein Fassungen werden aber nach wie vor gezeigt: Der Director's Cut zuletzt auf arte, die originale Kinofassung ebenfalls auf ORF eins.
Blade Runner [bleɪd ˌrʌnɚ], deutscher Verleihtitel zeitweise auch Der Blade Runner, ist ein Fassungen werden aber nach wie vor gezeigt: Der Director's Cut zuletzt auf arte, die originale Kinofassung ebenfalls auf ORF eins. Im molochartigen Los Angeles der Zukunft macht Elitepolizist Deckard Jagd auf künstliche Menschen. Diese Replikanten wurden für Einsätze. Zum Kinostart von Blade Runner zeigt Arte heute Abend, den Oktober, um Uhr den Originalfilm aus dem Jahr
Young Blade Runner K's discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former Blade Runner Rick Deckard, who's been missing for thirty years.
After discovering a mysterious artifact buried beneath the Lunar surface, mankind sets off on a quest to find its origins with help from intelligent supercomputer H.
After awakening from a four-year coma, a former assassin wreaks vengeance on the team of assassins who betrayed her. Meanwhile, Luke struggles to help Darth Vader back from the dark side without falling into the Emperor's trap.
In , a human soldier is tasked to stop an indestructible cyborg killing machine, both sent from , from executing a young woman, whose unborn son is the key to humanity's future salvation.
After a space merchant vessel receives an unknown transmission as a distress call, one of the crew is attacked by a mysterious life form and they soon realize that its life cycle has merely begun.
A family heads to an isolated hotel for the winter where a sinister presence influences the father into violence, while his psychic son sees horrific forebodings from both past and future.
In , after his father Professor Henry Jones, Sr. Ellen Ripley is rescued by a deep salvage team after being in hypersleep for 57 years.
The moon that the Nostromo visited has been colonized, but contact is lost. This time, colonial marines have impressive firepower, but will that be enough?
In , archaeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones is hired by the U. In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, a woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in search for her homeland with the aid of a group of female prisoners, a psychotic worshiper, and a drifter named Max.
In the future, a sadistic gang leader is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it doesn't go as planned.
In the twenty-first century, a corporation develops androids to be used as slaves in colonies outside of the Earth, identified as "replicants".
In , a former Police Officer is hired to hunt down a fugitive group of replicants living undercover in Los Angeles, California.
Written by MadMovieManiac. This is truly one of the greatest science fiction films ever made, one that requires a thinking viewer in order to understand and appreciate it.
The director's cut is the recommended one to see as it omits a somewhat distracting narration and avoids an unnecessary Hollywood-style ending that is at odds with the rest of the film's tone.
A true science fiction story or film is about ideas, not spaceship battles, futuristic gadgets, or weird creatures.
These themes are set in a fairly basic detective story that moves slowly but gradually builds power as the viewer is immersed in a dystopian futuristic Los Angeles.
Harrison Ford fans accustomed to the normally dynamic roles that he plays may be dissatisfied with the seemingly lifeless lead character that he portrays here as the replicant-hunting detective known as a "blade runner".
They should be, for this dissatisfaction is part of the film experience, part of the dehumanized existence in the story's setting.
However, as the story unfolds, we see Ford's character, Rick Deckard, slowly come alive again and recover some humanity while pursing four escaped replicants.
The replicants, genetically-engineered human cyborgs, that Deckard must hunt down and kill are in many ways more alive than Deckard himself initially.
Their escape from an off-world colony has an explicit self-directed purpose, whereas Deckard's life appears to have none other than his job, one that he has tried to give up.
By some standards, Deckard and the replicants have thin character development. However, this is a deeply thematic and philosophical film, and as such the characters are the tools of the story's themes.
There are several dramatic moments involving life-and-death struggles, but most of these are more subdued than in a normal detective story plot.
The film's power is chiefly derived through its stunning visual imagery of a dark futuristic cityscape and its philosophical themes. Among the themes explored are the following: - The dehumanization of people through a society shaped by technological and capitalistic excess.
If you are not someone who naturally enjoys contemplating such themes, the film's brilliance may be lost on you. The climax involves a soliloquy that brings many of the themes together in a simple yet wonderfully poetic way.
Anyone who "gets" the film should be moved by this; others will sadly miss the point and may prefer watching some mindless action flick instead.
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Top Rated Movies Nominated for 2 Oscars. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Harrison Ford Rick Deckard Rutger Hauer Sebastian and Roy gain entrance into Tyrell's penthouse, where Roy demands more life from his maker.
Tyrell tells him that it is impossible. Roy confesses that he has done "questionable things" but Tyrell dismisses this, praising Roy's advanced design and accomplishments in his short life.
Roy kisses Tyrell, then kills him. Sebastian runs for the elevator, followed by Roy, who rides the elevator down alone.
At Sebastian's apartment, Deckard is ambushed by Pris, but he kills her as Roy returns. Roy's body begins to fail as the end of his lifespan nears.
He chases Deckard through the building, ending up on the roof. Deckard tries to jump onto another roof but is left hanging on the edge.
Roy makes the jump with ease and, as Deckard's grip loosens, Roy hoists him onto the roof to save him. Before Roy dies, he delivers a monologue about how his memories " will be lost in time, like tears in rain ".
Gaff arrives and shouts to Deckard about Rachael: "It's too bad she won't live, but then again, who does?
They leave the apartment block together. The film operates on multiple dramatic and narrative levels. Blade Runner delves into the effects of technology on the environment and society by reaching to the past, using literature, religious symbolism , classical dramatic themes, and film noir techniques.
This tension between past, present, and future is represented in the "retrofitted" future depicted in the film, one which is high-tech and gleaming in places but decayed and outdated elsewhere.
In an interview with The Observer in , director Ridley Scott described the film as "extremely dark, both literally and metaphorically, with an oddly masochistic feel".
He also said that he "liked the idea of exploring pain" in the wake of his brother's death: "When he was ill, I used to go and visit him in London, and that was really traumatic for me.
Control over the environment is exercised on a vast scale, and goes hand in hand with the absence of any natural life; for example, artificial animals stand in for their extinct predecessors.
This oppressive backdrop explains the frequently referenced migration of humans to "off-world" extraterrestrial colonies. These thematic elements provide an atmosphere of uncertainty for Blade Runner ' s central theme of examining humanity.
The replicants appear to show compassion and concern for one another and are juxtaposed against human characters who lack empathy, while the mass of humanity on the streets is cold and impersonal.
The film goes so far as to question if Deckard might be a replicant, in the process asking the audience to re-evaluate what it means to be human.
The question of whether Deckard is intended to be a human or a replicant has been an ongoing controversy since the film's release.
Casting the film proved troublesome, particularly for the lead role of Deckard. Screenwriter Hampton Fancher envisioned Robert Mitchum as Deckard and wrote the character's dialogue with Mitchum in mind.
One role that was not difficult to cast was Rutger Hauer as Roy Batty,  the violent yet thoughtful leader of the replicants.
As he explained in a live chat in , " Blade Runner needs no explanation. It just [is]. All of the best. There is nothing like it.
To be part of a real masterpiece which changed the world's thinking. It's awesome. Blade Runner used a number of then-lesser-known actors: Sean Young portrays Rachael, an experimental replicant implanted with the memories of Tyrell's niece, causing her to believe she is human;  Nina Axelrod auditioned for the role.
Paull was cast as Deckard's fellow bounty hunter Holden based on his performances in the tests. Edward James Olmos portrays Gaff.
Olmos drew on diverse ethnic sources to help create the fictional " Cityspeak " language his character uses in the film.
No way. You are the Blade Blade Runner. Emmet Walsh plays Captain Bryant, a hard-drinking, sleazy, and underhanded police veteran typical of the film noir genre.
Joe Turkel portrays Dr. Eldon Tyrell, a corporate mogul who built an empire on genetically manipulated humanoid slaves. William Sanderson was cast as J.
Sebastian, a quiet and lonely genius who provides a compassionate yet compliant portrait of humanity. Interest in adapting Philip K.
Director Martin Scorsese was interested in filming the novel, but never optioned it. Robert flew down to Santa Ana to speak with me about the project.
And the first thing I said to him when he got off the plane was, 'Shall I beat you up here at the airport, or shall I beat you up back at my apartment?
The screenplay by Hampton Fancher was optioned in Scott had previously declined the project, but after leaving the slow production of Dune , wanted a faster-paced project to take his mind off his older brother's recent death.
Fancher's script focused more on environmental issues and less on issues of humanity and religion, which are prominent in the novel and Scott wanted changes.
Fancher found a cinema treatment by William S. Burroughs for Alan E. Nourse 's novel The Bladerunner , titled Blade Runner a movie. Dick became concerned that no one had informed him about the film's production, which added to his distrust of Hollywood.
Despite his well-known skepticism of Hollywood in principle, Dick enthused to Scott that the world created for the film looked exactly as he had imagined it.
I recognized it immediately. It was my own interior world. They caught it perfectly. The two reinforce each other, so that someone who started with the novel would enjoy the movie and someone who started with the movie would enjoy the novel.
In , Ford revealed, " Blade Runner is not one of my favorite films. I tangled with Ridley. I thought that the film had worked without the narration.
But now I was stuck re-creating that narration. And I was obliged to do the voiceovers for people that did not represent the director's interests.
In , Scott was asked "Who's the biggest pain in the arse you've ever worked with? Now he's become charming. But he knows a lot, that's the problem.
When we worked together it was my first film up and I was the new kid on the block. But we made a good movie. We had a bad patch there, and I'm over it.
I was still obliged to work for these clowns that came in writing one bad voiceover after another. Test screenings resulted in several changes, including adding a voice-over , a happy ending, and the removal of a Holden hospital scene.
The relationship between the filmmakers and the investors was difficult, which culminated in Deeley and Scott being fired but still working on the film.
Paull and art director David Snyder realized Scott's and Mead's sketches. Douglas Trumbull and Richard Yuricich supervised the special effects for the film, and Mark Stetson served as chief model maker.
Special effects supervisor David Dryer used stills from Metropolis when lining up Blade Runner ' s miniature building shots.
The extended end scene in the original theatrical release shows Rachael and Deckard traveling into daylight with pastoral aerial shots filmed by director Stanley Kubrick.
Ridley Scott contacted Kubrick about using some of his surplus helicopter aerial photography from The Shining.
A spinner can be driven as a ground-based vehicle, and take off vertically, hover, and cruise much like vertical take-off and landing VTOL aircraft.
They are used extensively by the police as patrol cars , and wealthy people can also acquire spinner licenses.
The Voight-Kampff machine is a fictional interrogation tool, originating from the novel where it is spelled "Voigt-Kampff".
The Voight-Kampff is a polygraph -like machine used by blade runners to determine whether an individual is a replicant.
It measures bodily functions such as respiration, blush response, heart rate and eye movement in response to questions dealing with empathy.
Fluctuation of the pupil? Involuntary dilation of the iris? Deckard tells Tyrell that it usually takes 20 to 30 cross-referenced questions to distinguish a replicant; in contrast with the book, where it is stated it only takes six or seven questions to make a determination.
In the film, it takes more than a hundred questions to determine that Rachael is a replicant. Blade Runner uses a different but related tool called the Baseline Test.
The Blade Runner soundtrack by Vangelis is a dark melodic combination of classic composition and futuristic synthesizers which mirrors the film-noir retro-future envisioned by Ridley Scott.
Vangelis, fresh from his Academy Award -winning score for Chariots of Fire ,  composed and performed the music on his synthesizers.
Despite being well received by fans and critically acclaimed and nominated in for a BAFTA and Golden Globe as best original score, and the promise of a soundtrack album from Polydor Records in the end titles of the film, the release of the official soundtrack recording was delayed for over a decade.
There are two official releases of the music from Blade Runner. In light of the lack of a release of an album, the New American Orchestra recorded an orchestral adaptation in which bore little resemblance to the original.
Some of the film tracks would, in , surface on the compilation Vangelis: Themes , but not until the release of the Director's Cut version would a substantial amount of the film's score see commercial release.
These delays and poor reproductions led to the production of many bootleg recordings over the years. A bootleg tape surfaced in at science fiction conventions and became popular given the delay of an official release of the original recordings, and in "Off World Music, Ltd" created a bootleg CD that would prove more comprehensive than Vangelis' official CD in Titled Blade Runner Trilogy , the first disc contains the same tracks as the official soundtrack release, the second features previously unreleased music from the movie, and the third disc is all newly composed music from Vangelis, inspired by, and in the spirit of the movie.
The film's special effects are generally recognized to be among the best of all time,    using the available non-digital technology to the fullest.
In addition to matte paintings and models, the techniques employed included multipass exposures. In some scenes, the set was lit, shot, the film rewound, and then rerecorded over with different lighting.
In some cases this was done 16 times in all. The cameras were frequently motion controlled using computers.
Blade Runner was released in 1, theaters on June 25, That date was chosen by producer Alan Ladd Jr. Several versions of Blade Runner have been shown.
The original workprint version , minutes was shown for audience test previews in Denver and Dallas in March Negative responses to the previews led to the modifications resulting in the U.
Two versions were shown in the film's theatrical release: the U. Although initially unavailable in the U. Ridley Scott's Director's Cut , minutes  had significant changes from the theatrical version including the removal of Deckard's voice-over, the re-insertion of the unicorn sequence, and the removal of the studio-imposed happy ending.
Scott provided extensive notes and consultation to Warner Bros. The website's critics consensus reads, "Misunderstood when it first hit theaters, the influence of Ridley Scott's mysterious, neo-noir Blade Runner has deepened with time.
A visually remarkable, achingly human sci-fi masterpiece. Initial reactions among film critics were mixed.
Some wrote that the plot took a back seat to the film's special effects and did not fit the studio's marketing as an action and adventure movie.
Others acclaimed its complexity and predicted it would stand the test of time. Academics began analyzing the film almost as soon as it was released.
Blade Runner won or received nominations for the following awards: . While not initially a success with North American audiences, Blade Runner was popular internationally and garnered a cult following.
Moore and David Eick , the producers of the re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica , have both cited Blade Runner as one of the major influences for the show.
The film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry in and is frequently taught in university courses.
G was also highly influenced by the movie. Blade Runner continues to reflect modern trends and concerns, and an increasing number of critics consider it one of the greatest science fiction films of all time.
The dialogue and music in Blade Runner has been sampled in music more than any other film of the 20th century. Blade Runner is cited as a major influence on Warren Spector ,  designer of the video game Deus Ex , which displays evidence of the film's influence in both its visual rendering and plot.
The logos of Atari , Bell , Coca-Cola , Cuisinart and Pan Am , all market leaders at the time, were prominently displayed as product placement in the film, and all experienced setbacks after the film's release,  leading to suggestions of a Blade Runner curse.
The design of Tesla's Cybertruck was reportedly inspired by the film. Before filming began, Cinefantastique magazine commissioned Paul M.
By the end of the shoot Ford was 'ready to kill Ridley', said one colleague. He really would have taken him on if he hadn't been talked out of it.
A second edition of Future Noir was published in , and additional materials not in either print edition have been published online.
Philip K. They finally recognized that there was a legitimate reason for reissuing the novel, even though it cost them money.
It was a victory not just of contractual obligations but of theoretical principles. The video game featured new characters and branching storylines based on the Blade Runner world.
Sebastian and Howie Lee appear, and their voice files are recorded by the original actors, with the exception of Gaff, who is replaced by Javier Grajeda as Victor Gardell and Howie Lee, who is replaced by Toru Nagai.
The PC game featured a non-linear plot, non-player characters that each ran in their own independent AI , and an unusual pseudo-3D engine which eschewed polygonal solids in favor of voxel elements that did not require the use of a 3D accelerator card to play the game.
The television film and later series Total Recall was initially planned as a spin-off of the film Total Recall based on Philip K.
A direct sequel was released in , titled Blade Runner , with Ryan Gosling in the starring role. Dick's friend K.
Jeter wrote three authorized Blade Runner novels that continue Rick Deckard's story, attempting to resolve the differences between the film and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Blade Runner cowriter David Peoples wrote the action film Soldier , which he referred to as a " sidequel " or spiritual successor to the original film; the two are set in a shared universe.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For other uses, see Blade Runner disambiguation.
Theatrical release poster by John Alvin. Hampton Fancher David Peoples. Terry Rawlings Marsha Nakashima. Note: Since there are several versions of Blade Runner , this summary excludes version-specific events.
See the Versions of Blade Runner article for discussion of version-specific plot elements. Main article: Themes in Blade Runner.
See also: List of Blade Runner characters. A very advanced form of lie detector that measures contractions of the iris muscle and the presence of invisible airborne particles emitted from the body.
The bellows were designed for the latter function and give the machine the menacing air of a sinister insect.
The VK is used primarily by Blade Runners to determine if a suspect is truly human by measuring the degree of his empathic response through carefully worded questions and statements.
Main article: Blade Runner soundtrack. Main article: Versions of Blade Runner. See also: Tears in rain monologue.
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