Blade Runner 1982 M

8.15PM Fri 5 May 2017 (1hr 57mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Ticketed

SYNOPSIS

Los Angeles, 2019: a rainy dystopia choking with neon. Ex-policeman Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) returns to service to hunt and terminate illegal-bioengineered replicants. Created by humans, the replicants are treated as aliens, slaves with a four-year life span, manufactured to help colonise space. Deckhard hunts four fugitives, who return to Earth in their own existential quest for personal freedom. Based on the Philip K Dick 1968 novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", Blade Runner couples the conventions of science fiction and film noir, to create a dark world where cyborgs can display more humanity than the humans who hunt them.

CREDITS

35MM, COLOUR, DOLBY, 117 MINUTES, USA/HONG KONG, ENGLISH/GERMAN/CANTONESE/JAPANESE/HUNGARIAN (ENGLISH SUBTITLES) / DIRECTOR: RIDLEY SCOTT / SCRIPT: HAMPTON FANCHER, DAVID WEBB PEOPLES / BASED ON THE NOVEL BY PHILIP K DICK / CINEMATOGRAPHER: JORDAN CRONENWETH / EDITOR: MARSHA NAKASHIMA / MUSIC: VANGELIS / CAST: HARRISON FORD, SEAN YOUNG, DARYL HANNAH / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: ROADSHOW ENTERTAINMENT / SCREENING FORMAT: DCP (DIGITAL CINEMA PROJECTION)

M | Medium level violence