Blade Runner: A Dystopia of Convenience

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“The design of the film is the script.” — Ridley Scott

This year marks the 40th anniversary release of Blade Runner, one of the greatest science fiction films ever made. I’ll admit, that is a subjective statement, yet the movie consistently ranks high on many film lists. Its influence over the SF genre and pop culture cannot be overestimated; it is the proto-typical, cyberpunk cinematic…

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