”Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" That was the title of the Philip K. Dick novel that Ridley Scott turned into "Blade Runner" in 1982 – set in a dystopian future Los Angeles in 2019, with synthetic humans bioengineered by a powerful corporation. Scott credited Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks" and French science fiction comics for the look of the thing. He said he wanted it to look like "Hong Kong on a very bad day" – and production...
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