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* In the 1982 film Blade Runner by Ridley Scott, the main offices of the fictional Tyrell Corporation ( a Megacorp ) resemble a hyperstructure.
Blade Runner 3: Replicant Night ( 1996 ) is a novel by K. W. Jeter that continues the story of Rick Deckard.
It is the sequel to Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human, which was a sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 film Blade Runner, and the book on which the film was based, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep ?.
Living on Mars, Deckard is acting as a consultant to a movie crew filming the story of his Blade Runner days.
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Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human ( 1995 ) is a novel by K. W. Jeter, and a continuation of both the film Blade Runner, and the novel upon which it was based, Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Beginning several months after the events in Blade Runner, Deckard has retired to an isolated shack outside the city, taking the replicant Rachael with him in a Tyrell transport container, which slows down the replicant aging process.
The book's plot draws from other material related to Blade Runner in a number of ways:
* Deckard, Pris, Sebastian, Leon, Batty, and Holden all appeared in Blade Runner.
* Blade Runner < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s Sebastian was based on Electric Sheep < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s Isidore, though Jeter features them as separate characters in The Edge of Human.
* " The Final Cut " of Blade Runner removed all reference to a sixth replicant, as it was normally considered a filming goof.
" Tal Cohen of Tal Cohen's Bookshelf called The Edge of Human " a good book ", praising Jeter's " further, and deeper, investigation of the questions Philip K. Dick originally asked ", but criticized the book for its " needless grandioseness " and for " rel on Blade Runner too heavily, the number of new characters introduced is extremely small ..."
* Blade Runner 3: Replicant Night
* Blade Runner 4: Eye and Talon
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Blade Runner can be seen as a quintessential example of the cyberpunk style and theme.
For example, Philip K. Dick's works contain recurring themes of social decay, artificial intelligence, paranoia, and blurred lines between objective and subjective realities, and the influential cyberpunk movie Blade Runner is based on one of his books.
A futuristic Los Angeles in Blade Runner.
The film Blade Runner ( 1982 ), adapted from Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep ?, is set in 2019 in a dystopian future in which manufactured beings called replicants are slaves used on space colonies and are legal prey on Earth to various bounty hunters who " retire " ( kill ) them.

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* BRmovie. com-The Blade Runner FAQ What are Replicants?
The Blade Runner FAQ offers further interpretation of the chess game, saying that it " represents the struggle of the replicants against the humans: the humans consider the replicants pawns, to be removed one by one.

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At times, Sakamoto would also present varying interpretations of technology's intersection with music: He would present some pieces, such as " Replica ", with Kraftwerkian rigidity and order, while he would infuse humanity and humor into others " Broadway Boogie Woogie ", for example, liberally lifts samples from Ridley Scott's film Blade Runner and pairs them with a raucous, sax-driven techno-pop backdrop.
Blade Runners dark paranoid atmosphere and multiple versions of the film adds fuel to the speculation and debate over this issue.
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Paul Sammon, author of Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner, has suggested in interviews that Deckard may be a Nexus-7, a next-generation replicant who possesses no superhuman strength or intelligence, but brain implants that complete the human illusion.
Ford is also known for his roles as Rick Deckard in Blade Runner, John Book in Witness and Jack Ryan in Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger.
He then starred as Rick Deckard in Ridley Scott's cult sci-fi classic Blade Runner ( 1982 ), and in a number of dramatic-action films: Peter Weir's Witness ( 1985 ) and The Mosquito Coast ( 1986 ), and Roman Polanski's Frantic ( 1988 ).
The 1942 Casablanca centers on the development of conscience in the cynical American Rick Blaine ( Humphrey Bogart ) in the face of oppression by the Nazis and the example of the resistance leader Victor Laszlo. The David Lean and Robert Bolt screenplay for Doctor Zhivago ( an adaptation of Boris Pasternak's novel ) focuses strongly on the conscience of a doctor-poet in the midst of the Russian Revolution ( in the end " the walls of his heart were like paper "). The 1982 Ridley Scott film Blade Runner focuses on the struggles of conscience between and within a bounty hunter ( Rick Deckard ( Harrison Ford )) and a renegade replicant android ( Roy Batty ( Rutger Hauer )) in a future society which refuses to accept that forms of artificial intelligence can have aspects of being such as conscience.
* In 1982 science fiction film Blade Runner, the bounty hunter Deckard is shown buying a bottle of Tsingtao right after dispatching the replicant Zhora.
In Blade Runner ( 1982 ), there is a photo-scanning sequence in which Deckard ( Harrison Ford ) scans a photograph and then electronically pans to and blows up specific portions of the photographic image to find clues for his investigation.
Although the film's main character, Deckard, only appears fleetingly in a non-speaking role in Blade Runner, he is referred to multiple times, and his recent activities are mentioned by non-player characters.
When visiting the Tyrell building, Rachael mentions that she has already spoken to another Blade Runner and Tyrell himself tells McCoy that " as I explained to Mr. Deckard earlier, I've given the Nexus 6 a past.
* The 1982 film Blade Runner contains an early depiction of smart glass in a scene in which a room is darkened with a smart glass-like shade so Rick Deckard, played by Harrison Ford, can administer a polygraph-style test to determine whether Rachael, portrayed by Sean Young, is an organic robot known as a replicant.
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* The Batty and Deckard chase scene in Blade Runner ( 1982 )
In 2011, NowGamer ranked him as the eight best game detective, calling him " the epitome of the hard boiled flatfoot detective ", but wondering why he " dress like a cross between an alcoholic Indiana Jones and Deckard from Blade Runner.
Given the many Asian peoples populating Los Angeles in A. D. 2019, and the cityspeak dialect policeman Gaff speaks to the Blade Runner, Rick Deckard, clearly indicates that much cultural mixing has happened.
" During a discussion panel with Ridley Scott to discuss Blade Runner: The Final Cut, Fancher again stated that he believes Deckard is human ( saying that " Scott's idea is too complex "), but also repeated that he prefers the film to remain ambiguous: " I like asking the question and I like it to be asked but I think it ’ s nonsense to answer it.
His clothing also resembles that worn by Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard in Blade Runner.

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