7/13/2016

Rutger Hauer and Blade Runner - "30 years ago I saw the future"


VIDEO DESCRIPTION: "Rutger Hauer arrives early at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Milan. There, a restricted number of journalists and students met the deep and glacial gaze of the legendary replicant Roy Batty, the character who went down in the history of cinema with "that" sentence that we have all said, at least once in our lifetime: «...I've seen things you people wouldn't believe...». The 30th anniversary of "Blade Runner", milestone of science fiction cinema and unquestioned masterpiece by Ridley Scott, is one of the reasons why Hauer was in Milan. In our report, the Dutch actor retraces the crucial moments of that extraordinary cinematographic experience."

7/06/2016

"Tears in Rain" Monologue (Final scene / #SPOILER)



"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion.
I watched C-beams... glitter in the dark near the Tannhouser Gate.
All those... moments will be lost...
in time... like tears... in rain.
Time... to die"

7/05/2016

Opening Scene


The opening scene from the 1982 film Blade Runner (2 1/2 minutes' worth).

7/04/2016

Vangelis - Blade Runner 2002 Esper Edition


The start times are approximate ~ :)

0:00:00 Prologue And Main Titles 3:54
0:03:54 Leon's Voight Kampff Test 1:09
0:05:03 Sushi Bar -- Damask Rose 2:46
0:07:49 Spinner Ascent 1:21
0:09:10 Blush Response 5:43
0:14:53 Wait For Me 5:12
0:20:05 Deckard Meets Rachael 1:36
0:21:41 Rachael's Song 4:20
0:26:01 Tales Of The Future 4:53
0:30:54 Bicycle Riders 2:10
0:33:04 Chew's Eye Lab 1:15
0:34:19 Memories Of Green 5:35
0:39:54 Blade Runner Blues 10:01
0:49:55 Pris Meets J.F. Sebastian 1:47
0:51:42 One More Kiss‚ Dear 4:04
0:55:46 Deckard Dream 1:10
0:56:56 Thinking Of Rachael 1:18
0:58:14 Esper Analysis 2:34
1:00:48 Animoid Row 2:34
1:03:22 Taffey Lewis Night Club 2:02
1:05:24 Salome's Dance 1:23
1:06:47 Zhora's Retirement 1:42
1:08:29 I am The Business 2:29
1:10:48 Love Theme 4:58
1:15:46 I Dreamt Music 4:32
1:20:18 Morning At The Bradbury 3:46
1:24:04 The Prodigal Son Brings Death 4:07
1:28:11 Deckard Enters The Bradbury 3:37
1:31:48 Dangerous Days 0:57
1:32:45 Wounded Animals 10:53
1:43:38 Tears In Rain 2:51
1:46:29 Rachael Sleeps 2:08
1:48:37 End Titles 4:06

Esper Edition Notes:
• Original Music Composed and Performed by Vangelis
• « Harps Of The Ancient Temples » written and performed by Gail Laughton
• Performed on tracks 3, 9 (disc I) and track 5 (disc II) by Demis Roussos
• Performed on « Rachael's Song » by Mary Hopkin
• Saxophone on tracks 2 and 9 (disc II) by Dick Morrissey
• Lyrics and vocals on « One More Kiss‚ Dear » by Don Percival
(Note: the official 1994 release credits the vocals to Don Percival but the lyrics to English singer/composer Peter Skellern).