Blade Runner Movie

Poster on linen Ridley Scotts BLADE RUNNER'82 ORIGINAL INSERT 14x36 LINENBACKED

Poster on linen Ridley Scotts BLADE RUNNER'82 ORIGINAL INSERT 14x36 LINENBACKED
Poster on linen Ridley Scotts BLADE RUNNER'82 ORIGINAL INSERT 14x36 LINENBACKED

Poster on linen Ridley Scotts BLADE RUNNER'82 ORIGINAL INSERT 14x36 LINENBACKED

An Original 1982 Theatrical USA INSERT poster (14 x 36) on LINEN backing, VERY GOOD+ to FINE condition. This Poster was never folded.

The Poster had paper lift in the border and there is light smudging in some graphics, which is only seen, tilted into light. Overall, the poster was in EXCELLENT condition prior to linen backing. The poster was nicely backed and displays well.

Linen border is one to two inches outside poster border. Directed by RIDLEY SCOTT, Story by PHILIP K DICK.

TAGLINES : Man Has Made His Match... In the early twenty-first century, the Tyrell Corporation, during what was called the Nexus phase, developed robots, called "replicants", that were supposed to aid society, the replicants which looked and acted like humans. When the superhuman generation Nexus 6 replicants, used for dangerous off-Earth endeavors, began a mutiny on an off-Earth colony, replicants became illegal on Earth.

Police units, called "blade runners", have the job of destroying - or in their parlance "retiring" - any replicant that makes its way back to or created on Earth, with anyone convicted of aiding or assisting a replicant being sentenced to death. It's now November, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Rick Deckard, a former blade runner, is called out of retirement when four known replicants, most combat models, have made their way back to Earth, with their leader being Roy Batty.

One, Leon Kowalski, tried to infiltrate his way into the Tyrell Corporation as an employee, but has since been able to escape. Beyond following Leon's trail in hopes of finding and retiring them all, Deckard believes part of what will help him is figuring out what the replicants wanted with the Tyrell Corporation in trying to infiltrate it. The answer may lie with Tyrell's fail-safe backup mechanism.

Beyond tracking the four, Deckard faces a possible dilemma in encountering a fifth replicant: Rachael, who works as Tyrell's assistant. The issue is that Dr. Elden Tyrell is experimenting with her, to provide her with fake memories so as to be able to better control her.

With those memories, Rachael has no idea that she is not human. The problem is not only Rachael's assistance to Deckard, but that he is beginning to develop feelings for her.

Nominated for TWO Academy Award OSCARs. CAST includes Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos, Daryl Hannah, M. Emmet Walsh, Joanna Cassidy, William Sanderson, Brion James, Joe Turkel, James Hong. BEHIND THE SCENES TRIVIA : Rutger Hauer came up with many inventive ideas for his characterization, like the moment where he grabs and fondles a dove. He also improvised the now-iconic line All those moments will be lost in time...

He later chose "All those moments" as the title of his autobiography. Originally, Roy Batty was to have a lengthy monologue just prior to his death, as written by David Webb Peoples. Rutger Hauer felt the text was too technical, had no bearing to the film and referred to locations with which the audience would be unfamiliar. This didn't help creating any dramatic impact in the scene.

In the night before filming, without Sir Ridley Scott's knowledge, Hauer removed much of the monologue, kept the pieces he liked, and then added the last two lines, All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. After they finished filming the scene with Hauer's version, the crew members applauded, and some of them were even moved to tears. Dick personally approved of Rutger Hauer, describing him as, "the perfect Batty-cold, Aryan, flawless". Dick saw only the opening 20 minutes of footage prior to his death on March 2, 1982, he was extremely impressed, and has been quoted by Paul Sammon as saying, It was my own interior world. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89". The seller is "hardtofindrare" and is located in this country: US.

This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Nauru, Wallis and Futuna, Malaysia, Taiwan, Macau, Tonga, Thailand, Philippines, Vanuatu, Laos, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Australia, Hong Kong, Kiribati, Western Samoa, Brunei Darussalam.

  • Industry: Movies
  • Movie: Blade Runner (1982)
  • Modified: Yes
  • Size: USA Insert (14 x 36 inches)
  • Modification Description: on LINEN Backing (250 year old Conservation Technique)-ADDs VALUE
  • Object Type: Poster
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Poster on linen Ridley Scotts BLADE RUNNER'82 ORIGINAL INSERT 14x36 LINENBACKED