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Farnsworth House - Mies van der Rohe - Visualisation by Peter Guthrie
On the set of Blade Runner — Entertainment Effects Group team filming the close-up of Sean Young’s eye for the Voight Kampff sequence, courtesy of our friends at Future Noir & douglastrumbull.com
Future Noir — Blade Runner archives — is a dedication to one of the most incredible cinema pieces in history and to all people who made it. Materials are collected all over internet and many of it from incredibly rich and thorough on-line communities dedicated to Blade Runner, although some items come from a personal archive.
Recommended viewing: Dangerous Days: On the Edge of Blade Runner (2000) — documentary about the troubled creation and enduring legacy of the science fiction classic Blade Runner, culled from 80 interviews and hours of never-before-seen outtakes and lost footage.
These were taken on the last night of shooting (which was a 36 hour shift for the entire crew according to production executive Katy Haber) on July 9, 1981. Harrison looks exhausted, but maybe a little relieved that the long and dreary shoot is nearing its end. After shooting the parts of the scene covered in these photos, they moved on to the tears in rain speech. —Rarely seen photos from Blade Runner
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