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The Return of “Blade Runner”
September 3, 2007
The Venice Film Festival witnessed the presentation of “Blade Runner: The Final Cut”.
Director Ridley Scott defined this “version” of the film as “the definitive version”, that is to say the one he would have made at the time of its first release (1982) without constrictions from production. He in fact did not stop at restoring, remastering and scanning the film in high definition; he added scenes that in the first version had been cut, and others were revised and corrected. This in effect can be considered an out-and-out new version of the film.
Blade Runner also left a sign in architecture, and Architectour.net, particularly attentive to the relationship between cinema and architecture, is pleased to give the news, inviting you to discover which of its fascinating sets were, in reality, important existing works of modern architecture.
In the “Advanced Search” section of the Architectour.net database (horizontal navigation bar above), it is indeed possible to make searches by simply inserting in the “film” field, a word of the title, the name of the director or of one of the interpreters.
In so doing, you will discover that many scenes in “Blade Runner” were shot in the Ennis-Brown House by Frank Lloyd Wright and in the Bradbury Building by George Herbert Wyman.
 
 
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