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BLADE RUNNER 2049            

“Sometimes to love someone, you got to be a stranger. ”  Deckard

THE UNICORN (25"x17"), DIGITAL 2017

Holding up in a cheap hotel, Rachel and Deckard confront their unfortunate reality. This is the moment they commit to the plan for Rachel to have the baby in seclusion with the help of Sapper Morton.

A bruise, blue
in the muscle, you
impinge upon me.
As bone hugs the ache home, so

I’m vexed to love you, your body
the shape of returns, your hair a torso
of light, your heat
I must have, your opening
I’d eat, each moment
of that soft-finned fruit,
inverted fountain in which I don’t see me.
—  Li-Young Lee, from “The City in Which I Love You”
The Battle for Blade Runner
Released to mixed reviews in 1982, director Ridley Scott’s neo-noir vision of a not-so-distant future where the line between man and machine has all but disappeared went on to cult status and influenced a generation of filmmakers. On the eve of a sequel no one could have predicted, its creative core—Scott, star Harrison Ford, screenwriter Hampton Fancher, and others—tell the story of the original film’s contentious journey to the screen.
By Michael Schulman

 quick and detailed insight into the turbulent origins of  filming, Blade Runner (1982).

The Signs as Lana Del Rey Videos.

• Aries: Born to Die.

• Taurus: National Anthem.

• Gemini: Ride.

• Cancer: Shades of Cool.

• Leo: Young and Beautiful.

• Virgo: Body Electric.

• Libra: Blue Velvet.

• Scorpio: High by the Beach.

• Sagittarius: Burning Desire.

• Capricorn: Bel Air.

• Aquarius: Blue Jeans.

• Pisces: Summertime Sadness.

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