Blade runner bfi modern classics scott bukatman on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this text details the making of blade runner and its steadily improving fortunes after its indifferent reception in 1982 the film is situated in terms of the debates about postmodernism which have informed the large body of criticism . Blade runner bfi modern classics chaotlc env1ronment and n the films nttlcate urba111sm the conographes of sclence ficton and nor overlap the c1ty n blade runner wlth ts ram slicked los angeles streets jaux fortles fashons prvate eye plot and world weary narratlon derlves plenty from nolr. British film institute 1997 this is an ex library book and may have the usual library used book markings insidethis book has hardback covers in good all round condition. Film studies professor scott bukatman does a great job with this bfi modern classics volume about blade runner the first third of the book covers the journalistic ground of how the film was made and places it both formally and narratively in the science fiction and film noir genres. Indeed an index to this study books in the bfi modern classics series do not offer indexes would be a ballardian treat implying worlds of discourse only one of which would be focused exclusively on blade runner
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