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Blade Runner 2049: Rutger Hauer criticism of the film

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Published on Feb 20, 2018

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Interviewed by the Hollywood Reporter, Rutger Hauer, interpreter of the iconic replicant Roy Batty in Blade Runner, the original one, has talked about the sequel: “he Has a fantastic look, but can't understand why it was necessary to do so. If something is good, you should let it be and do something else. You must not adagiarti on the success that this film has earned in the course of thirty years.”

“In some ways, the first Blade Runner did not speak of replicators. It was a reflection on what it means to be human. It's like E. T. – The extra-terrestrial. Not sure what the answer to the question from the second Blade Runner. It is not a movie focused on the characters, there is humor, there is feeling, there is no soul. You can see the homage to the original film. But it is not enough for me. I knew that would not work. But it is not important what I think.”

Ridley Scott, director of the original and producer of the sequel, recently explained what was the basic idea of Blade Runner 2049: “The main ideas arise from Blade Runner. Tyrell is a billionaire, from 5 to 10 percent of its business derived from Artificial Intelligence. As a god, he created perfect beings that are not distinguished by the human. Then he says: ‘I will Create an Artificial Intelligence. A male and a female. They will not be able to be IA. I'll have them meet, they fall in love, eat and have a son.’ This happened in the first film. The sequel answers the question: what happened to that child? You have to have the baby but you can't have the mother that is dead in a way inexplicable four months after weaning. The bones are inside the box buried at the foot of the tree. Are all my ideas. The girlfriend of the digital is my. I wanted an evolution of Pris, which was incredibly sexy in the original film.”

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