Keswick Film Club - Blade Runner

Blade Runner 

Director: Ridley Scott Country: USA/Hong Kong
Cert: 15 Year: 1982 Length: 117 mins Language: English
Blade Runner

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Synopsis

"Blade Runner" impresses with its inquiry into the nature of memory, identity, and what it means to be human. The characters, behind their damaged and defensive facades, are complex and well realised. Harrison Ford's performance as the world-weary Deckard, and Rutger Hauer's portrayal of the terrifying yet sympathetic Batty, are noteworthy.
"Blade Runner" fully and richly deserves its reputation. It is simply one of the most extraordinary films ever made.' BBCi

Critics

open_quote The world of "Blade Runner" has undeniably become one of the visual touchstones of modern movies close_quote Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times



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Film Society of The Year 2006
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