“Looking back at the original theatrical release of “Blade Runner” just as its sequel, “Blade Runner 2049” opens in theaters, I’m struck by the original’s ambivalence about technology and its chillingly prescient vision of corporate attempts to control human feelings.” Arts and culture article by Marsha Gordon, professor of film studies, NC State University.
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