Blade Runner: The Director's Cut

Date

Friday 25 February

Ticket price

General admission

$35 Non-member adult

Members gets 10% off

Lawn Lounge

General admission + $17 per person

Members get 10% off

Gold Grass

General admission + $28 per person

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Always referenced, never replicated. In a future vision of Los Angeles in 2019, Deckard (Harrison Ford, fresh from playing Han Solo and Indiana Jones) hunts down replicant humanoids in Ridley Scott's immensely stylist, neon-lit interpretation of a Philip K. Dick novel. Considered a bomb upon its initial release, the half-dozen different cuts affirm 'Blade Runner' as a classic of the neo-noir genre. After a decade of tinkering and adapting the original theatrical release, Scott revealed this Director's Cut, one that might finally answer the question: is a replicant capable of love?

Stars: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young

Director: Ridley Scott

Year: 1982

Running time: 1hr 57min

Genre: Action/Drama/Sci-Fi

Film classification: M - Medium level violence

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