Ana Elguero A.
For me this was one of the most exiting movies I’ve seen so far, the theme seems to be from a merely science fiction movie, but it doesn’t really just explore futureand inventions, it also explores and questions the deepest fragment of humanity in the core of all of us. I refer this way to death and all that is implied.
Blade Runner can be appealing foreveryone, from kids to philosophers, and this is one of the elements I really liked, you can decide to watch it just to have some quality time with your friends and you are going to enjoy the specialeffects, the appearance of the sets, the people and the robots. This movie is really outstanding in its special effects; they show this very well adapted to human history future where old and new cometogether and deliver a credible possibility. One of the cinematographic elements I noticed is the close ups, the show you the characters ayes and even though no character has a background well specified inthe movie, you are able to identify with their emotions. This is very subtle and may be confused with short depth form the characters, but I think it suits perfectly the main intellectual purpose ofit all.
The story is full of action and confusion, but it lets the period of time act twisting itself to make the whole production amazing, until the end where you find this element I was talkingabout previously: death, the element that forces us all to identify as one, as an impermanent element of life and time. And at this point, at the end, you remember who you are, how everything passes,the way that everything has an ending, the complexity of letting go, that fear and questioning is just a form of avoiding yourself, that we waste time taking care of things that at the end didn’t havethat much importance. What makes us humans? What doesn’t? Why do we die? What happens next? To ask this questions or provoke them in someone, hundreds of movies, books, or any way art can manifest,...
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