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April 16, 2020 05:42 pm

Watch the weird cinematic rabbit hole that is Blade Runner: The Lost Cut

Blade Runner: The Lost Cut is described as “a radical re-envisioning of Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi classic,” it’s created by filmmaker Leon Chase, and it’s about 20 minutes long. A commenter on Metafilter, where I found the film, describes it as “a fine use of pandemic energy.” I strongly encourage going in without knowing anything else, because watching its conceit slowly unfold is so much fun.

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Okay. The Lost Cut is a recut version of Blade Runner created by splicing in other films that star Blade Runner cast members, plus more films starring those films’ co-stars, resulting in a masterfully edited cinematic rabbit hole where Rick Deckard is hunting down a cast of replicants including Gene Hackman (via T...

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