Little White Lies Magazine - Blade Runner Then and Now

Scott’s LA is a polluted, dark, dingy, weather-beaten China Town dominated by soaring sky scrapers and moving billboards featuring flashing neon dragons and Chinese symbols. The atmosphere is so dark and polluted, even the umbrellas are equipped with neon lights. The 1980s was arguably the first era to recognise environmental concerns on a global scale, but has all that much changed since Blade Runner’s initial release?

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