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  • BLADERUNNER Skyscapes
  • Opening of Film: Establishing Shot
  • After Leon kills Holden, shot of a skycraft flying amongst skyscrapers and electronic billboards
  • “ a new life awaits you in the off world colonies. A chance to begin again in a golden land of opportunity and adventure!”
    • Low angle shot
    • Obscured vision
    • Juxtaposition
  • Deckard flies to Tyrell
  • BLADERUNNER China Town
    • High angle shot of imposing dragon: Asian dominance
    • Rain
    • Camera pans across the scene
    • Rain pervades all
    • Busy, overcrowded street
    • Glum, bleak, grey
  • “ No, four. Two, two; FOUR”: stereotyping language barrier etc. (characterisation)
    • Characterisation :
    • close up on gnarly hands and nails
    • wrinkled skin – old worker
    • accent
    • disjointed English:
    • “ not fish; snakes scale”
    • Mise en scene
    • polluted
    • dimly lit
    • unnatural, fluorescent light
    • crowded
  • BLADERUNNER Murders & ‘Retirements’
    • Sudden
    • Shocking
    • Violent
    • Murder
    • Execution style
    • Shocking, violent, GRAPHIC
    • Animalistic hunt: hunter vs. victim
    • Ruthless, execution style murder
    • Shocking, violent, GRAPHIC
    • “ wake up, time to die”
    • unexpected, sudden