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Literature & Language
Blade Runner (Movie Review Sample)
Analyze the movie blade runner by reviewing some of the literary device employed focusing on the theme and character analysis. source..
Running Head: Science Fiction â€“ Blade Runner Science Fiction- Blade Runner Name Institution Course Name and Details Instructorâ€™s name Date Science Fiction-Blade Runner The theme of Post Modernism Ridley Scottâ€™s film Blade Runner is undoubtably one of the best known postmodernist film. The film which was produced in 1982, is about a future dystopia in which human cyborg that are referred to as "replicants" have been created by human beings and are perceived to be very dangerous such that they are haunted down when they escape. The film is playing around with culture, time and genre by mixing all of them to create a futuristic atmosphere (Peary, 1984). The fusion of science fiction and noir is an example of ideas used by Scott to express postmodernism in the film. Rather than judging the movie according to a pre-existing definition of post modernism it is important to look at how the movie has used the images of postmodern to reinforce certain themes. In order to effectively study how post modernism has been embraced in this film we can categories the postmodern characteristic as concern for language as a means of communication, a concern with the relationship of love verses duty and an analysis of an individualâ€™s relationship to the society that he or she belongs to. The film does not take place in a space station or a space ship, but in city which is Los Angeles, in 2019, a step away from the development of a society that is contemporary. The line between late capitalism and post modernism is highlighted in the film representation of a postindustrial decay (Peary, 1984). The future as expressed in the film, does not realize an idealized aseptic technological order, however it resembles the present state of the city and of the order of capitalism (Brooker, 2002). Post modernism in the film has also been reflected as to how individualâ€™s in the film related to each other in the society that they belong to. For instant, there is much disagreement among both film makers and fans as to exactly why Roy saves Deckard life at the end of the movie. According to Ridley Scott, "it was an endorsement in a way that this character is more human than human in tha...
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