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A blade runner must pursue and try to terminate four replicants who stole a ship in space and have returned to Earth to find their creator.
While the film is loosely based on Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep", the title comes from a book by Alan Nourse called "The Bladerunner". William S. Burroughs wrote a screenplay based on the Nourse book and a novella entitled "Blade Runner: A Movie." Ridley Scott bought the rights to... ...
Female announcer over intercom:
Next subject: Kowalski, Leon. Engineer, waste disposal. File section: New employee, six days.
Between the Director's Cut and Final Cut Deckard's bruise on his face is removed to correct an amended story line. However Deckard still uses a handkerchief to dab blood away from his lips caused by the yet to happen encounter with Leon (later on he swills the blood out of his mouth which would originally have matched up with this).
In the "happy ending" Theatrical/International cuts, the credits play over the gorgeous scenery. In later Director/Final cuts, they play over a normal black background.
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ATS 164,276 (Austria) (29 April 1993)
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