Adam Savage Discusses Different Cuts of Blade Runner and Favorite Blade Runner 2049 Props #cyberpunk from
We all know that there are seemingly countless cuts of the 1982 cyberpunk masterpiece, Blade Runner. In this Tested Q&A, Adam discusses these different versions of the film and why the “final cut” (what he calls the “ultimate director’s cut”) is his favorite. He is also asked about which props from Cyberpunk 2049 were his favorites.
As always in a Savage video, he offers wonderful insights and observations, such as the fact that not having the Deckard voice-over narration (from the original release) allows you to really see the cityscape while in the spinner car rather than listening to what Deckard is saying.
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