Ridley Scott doesn’t consider Blade Runner a ‘sci-fi’ movie
In a 1982 video interview with Reelin’ In The Years, Scott elaborates on the theme of “Blade Runner” and what he means when he says it’s not a sci-fi movie. Scott has clarified his stance, speaking of the “near future”, which was “40 years away” at the time the interview took place, as the events of “Blade Runner” take place in 2019. “Blade Runner” The underworld “multi-national megalopolis” that appears in . Scott’s aim was to weave these very real issues into a dystopian setting. This is primarily a reminder that this shouldn’t be the future we want.
“Hopefully there’s some kind of dramatic separation from the audience and the film in that moment, so it’s clear they’re looking at a hoax, not necessarily a prediction of the future. I think it’s not the future.” I hope.”
By saying the film doesn’t predict the future, Scott hopes that real-world problems of overpopulation and climate change will be addressed in a helpful way. prevent Such a dark future. Despite his hopes for humanity, Scott also said in an interview:[es] believe that’s right [depleted resources, environmental decay]”If we don’t really take some measures, we will end up in the world of ‘Blade Runner’.”
Well folks, terrible news. “Blade Runner” is no longer sci-fi, nor is it a movie of the future. i’m already heremaking Scott’s films modern-day thrillers.