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OT-rutger hauer and Bladerunner (again)

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Alex the Gray, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. For any fans that might be interested in this all-time sci-fi classic
    they are releasing an updated version that is cleaned up and has quite a few missing and deleted scenes.
    Farmer was nuts- he was committed a number of times in his life. He also wrote, um, was it vanilla sky and thru a scanner darkly? Was he nuts cuz he saw the futture, or did his insanity influenece his vision of the future?
    Either way and regardless, his books and the movies based upon them are absolutely fabulous. Bladerunner being one of the best.
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    I thought Bladerunner was based on Phillip K ****'s 'Do androids dream of electric sheep?'.
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    Heres my question , in blade runner that scene where Ford is looking at some computer screen where he is looking through walls or moving around stuff and zooming and enhancing a lot, what is Ford supposed to be realizing in that part?
  4. brain fart- was phillip k ****. He wrote some great sci-fi classics
  5. he is examining a piece of evidence- a photograph, that is on his computer.