The "York Film Notes" series offers an accessible approach to the study of film. Each book discusses a key film from an academic and critical perspective, setting plot, themes and techniques in context and exploring the film's significance. This text covers Ridley Scott's 1982 film "Blade Runner".
Discusses Blade Runner from a broad academic and critical perspective, setting plot, themes and techniques in context and exploring the film's significance. This York Film Note encourages students to appreciate differing interpretations of each film and to develop their own critical thinking.
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Blade Runner by Nick Lacey
York Film Notes
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